The Monthly Review for July 2014 is a collection of the most interesting posts and articles, presented in this blog and articles of interest from around the web!
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Here is this month’s posts from this blog, and other links, articles and content I’ve found of value!
Takis Athanassiou Posts for July 2014
- A leadership Fable
- Everyday leadership [Video]
- 500+ Post Ideas for Bulletproof Blogging!
- MarkdownPad 2 For Windows
- Seth Godin on the Difference Between Leadership and Management [Video]
- 8 Steps for an Awesome eLearning Storyboard Infographic [Infographic]
- Audrey Hepburn’s Life Lessons You Can Apply [Guest Post by Amber Stanley]
- ADDIE Model
- Best Resources and Tools for More Productive Writers [Guest Post by Robert Morris]
- Know How to Enhance Company’s Turnover as a Proactive Leader [Guest Post by Sara Jones]
- A Framework for Strategy?
- The Warrior Ethos by Steven Pressfield [Book Presentation]
Post Of Interest From The Archive
- Top 21 Of The Most Interesting Blogs In My Reading List
- A Highly Effective Blogging Framework!
- What Exactly Strategy Is? (and what it is not!)
- Strategy vs. Tactics
- 7 Laws for Leadership Development
- Do you like Analog Systems?
- Strategic Infection Points & The Lost of Topple Rate
- How To Lead With Impact?
- Profiling Of Self Or Personal Branding
Other Posts Of Interest For July 2014
- Burning bridges
- HOW THE CONSULTANT’S 2×2 MATRIX HELPS YOUR MARKETING THINKING CHANGE
- PLAY TO YOUR STRENGTHS OR MITIGATE YOUR WEAKNESSES?
- 3 Reasons to Keep Your Laptop Closed This Weekend
- The self-driving reset of just about everything in our cities
- The Secret to Becoming a Standout
- Project management for work that matters
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