Not-so-random good stuff

For a friend.

Interesting video this on learning from artists about career progress:
The Art of Career Development http://blogs.hbr.org/video/2012/09/the-art-of-career-development.html

Part 1 of a series from the excellent (IMO) Steve Denning- read them all – about how agility is important, and what is needed to make it work
http://www.forbes.com/sites/stevedenning/2012/09/19/when-will-us-firms-become-agile-part-1-virtual-agility/

Stanford online creativity course I’ve enrolled in
http://venture-lab.stanford.edu/creativity
Full list here: http://www.stanford.edu/online/courses/index.html

More online free education from leading institutions, very much worth reviewing
https://www.coursera.org/courses

You are reading Seth Godin regularly, right!? 😀 Take this one as an example, then apply the ideas to our convo yesterday……
http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2012/09/the-simple-power-of-one-a-day.html

Another site to follow, this is just an example…. sometimes it’s good to hear good old common sense!
http://zenhabits.net/starting/
http://zenhabits.net/zen-work/

I like what Julien Smith has to say, and the way he says it. Though it might not be everyones taste….
http://inoveryourhead.net/19-thoughts-about-finding-your-purpose/

Thinking visually about CV’s….
http://pinterest.com/saradbo/resumes/

Hoping that gets juices flowing!

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