Soundview Executive Book Summaries


Making the Most of Your Mojo

Be honest … how many times each day do you check up on the folks you follow on Twitter? I’ve admitted before in this blog that I’m a bit slow to adapt when it comes to any technology or social media trend. The other Soundview editors and I tease one another about walking down the hall to relay information. “Walking? Jeez, couldn’t you just tweet your question to me?” Still, even I find myself taking a few peeks during the day to see what some of @Soundview’s friends are up to on Twitter.

Lately, I’ve made it a point to check in with Marshall Goldsmith (@coachgoldsmith) at least twice per day. Here at Soundview, we’re very excited about the upcoming release of Goldsmith’s new book Mojo: How to Get It, How to Keep It, How to Get It Back if You Lose It. Goldsmith has been a consistent favorite of Soundview subscribers and we’ve covered many of his works over his very successful career.

We’re delighted to say that we’ll be working with Goldsmith again in our next edition of Soundview Live. In our interactive Web event, Goldsmith will delve into the drivers behind mojo. It’s the emotions and decision making that occurs when one feels as though everything is on a roll. It’s a vital component of business and life. As we continue to press forward into economic recovery, some of the best opportunities will be taken by those who have the mojo to know their moment and seize it.

Take a look at what Goldsmith himself tweeted about mojo yesterday, “Mojo is vital for happiness and meaning because it is about loving what you do and showing it.”

I can hardly wait for our event. Soundview Live featuring Marshall Goldsmith will go live on Friday, February 5th, 2010 at Noon (eastern). For more information, visit us by clicking this link. Remember, if you’re a Soundview subscriber, this event is FREE to attend.

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