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Tom Peters tells us:
Read Wide.
Read Long.
Read Deep.


1. Purpose.
2. Passion.
3. Potential.
4. Presence.
5. Personal.
6. Persistence.
7. Priorities.
8. People.
9. Potent.
10. Positive.

Watch Brand You: Engage Your Brain – a short clip from Tom Peters.

Tom Peters (Author of The Little Big Things: 163 ways to pursue excellence), who is widely credited with almost single-handedly “inventing” the “management guru industry,” now billions of dollars in size, writes, reflects, and then presents about 50 seminars each year, well over half outside the U.S. (In a recent two-week period, he spoke in Korea, Mexico, and Croatia.) Tom estimates that since 1978, when the work on Search began, he’s given well over 2,500 speeches, flown 5,000,000+ miles, spoken before 2,000,000 to 3,000,000 people and presented in 48 states and 63 countries.

Tom Peters presents his case for including thoughtfulness in your values statement. Only do so if you believe, as he does, that it is the key to success.

Tom Peters reminds us that writing is a craft to be honed.

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Seth Godin: What matters is the humility that comes from writing it. What matters is the metacognition of thinking about what you’re gonna say.

Tom Peters: …no single thing, in the last 15 years – professionally, has been more important to my life than blogging. It’s the best damn marketing tool by an order of magnitude, by and large.