How to open a presentation

How to open a presentation by Avi Salmon

If you are a fairly grown up and modern individual with fairly modern job, you have probably done some presentations. If you care about these presentation and how they are perceived you probably have read books, attended training of some sort. I belong to category of people love to give and get presentation, of any […]

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Search & filter Spotify for classical music

I switched over from Naxos Music Library to Spotify for some time ago and since then tried to get better at finding classical music. I used to use Naxos Music Library, which is a good service, however, it is limited to Naxos productions. There are lots of talented artists that use other labels then Naxos.

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Spotify for Classical music listeners

I listen to classical music. Of course, I dance to and enjoy other types of music. However, when it comes to serious listening, it is always classical music. I used Naxos Music Library for a year. A great alternative with access to majority of classical pieces. However, the number of artists are limited. It is […]

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Review of “Book of Metrics” by “innovation pioneers”

I got this book based on a presentation from my MBA studies. It was a great lecture about innovation portfolio management. So the lecturer had my attention and trust. He recommended it, I bought the book! Very short, it is about a number of large successful Swedish companies being interviewed about how they handle innovations

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Steve Jobs by Walter Isacsson

Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

  Telling a good story is easy. Telling a story really good is much harder. Walter Isaacson’s ability to tell a story about a mans life. A man like Steve Jobs! I have a built in skepticism  about biographies. It you think you are important enough to write about your life … well, maybe you think you […]

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Great By Choice by Jim Collins

Great by Choice by Jim Collins & Morten T. Hansen

Jim Collins is one of my all time favorites. He has a rare gift of balancing the science, reality of everyday business and passion. I started by reading the “Good to Great” and then the other older books. Have been waiting for this one since it was first mentioned on Jim Collins website.

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