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Vedran: I agree. I have been "burned" by so-called "business developers," promising all kind of stuff. I recommend you to read John Jantsch's book, The Referral Engine, for a sound approach on how to handle business contacts. Could you contrast a business coach with a business mentor?"
Ahmed Tawfik has written a thoughtful piece. If you haven't read David Allen's book, Getting Things Done, yet, do so! ;) I like his follow-up book, Making It All Work: Winning at the Game of Work and Business of Life, very much. I am developing my own productivity approach called F.I.X. IT! The pieces of the puzzles are there and now it is time to implement it during some time, test it, tweak it, and continue the ongoing process of the workflow in your worklife! :) If you want to have some great tips and inspiration on this topic, I recommend that you listen to David Stiernholm's podcast (circa 5 minutes long) series, Done! "
Yes, we need a new of era thinking! But not screaming "occupiers"! We need more new intellectuals that will provide us with rational ideas, protecting and educating us about the moral basis of a free market. The so called 1% vs 99% is not new. Have you heard about the Pareto principle - 80/20 rule?"