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It’s Very Important to understand the difference between dreams and goals. Dreams are things we wish for-things you enjoy thinking about but don’t really know when they’ll happen. Goals, on the other hand, are specific things you have decided you need to accomplish within a clearly defined period of time.
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Bill Phillips was this nervous, chain-smoking student. He had signed up to be an engineer, he had gone away to fight in the Second World War, he had come back. He had switched to sociology because he wanted to understand how people could do these terrible things to each other. And he did a little bit of economics on the side.
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After an astonishingly successful first term during which the mayor pushed through nearly all of his initiatives without much rancor, Purcell has stumbled into his first crisis since he took office in 1999. Forced to make nearly $100 million in budget cuts, Purcell has angered his progressive base, which has always loved his policies more than his personality. Now, with Purcell slashing, if not eliminating, funding for a mental health court, affordable housing, legal aid and other more liberal-minded programs, none of them is rushing to his defense.
Here’s What I Learned About Leadership When I Bumped Into A Legendary Adman
For roughly 45 minutes, David Ogilvy and I sat in my tiny office chewing the fat. He insisted I sit in my desk chair. He sat in a guest chair, wedged in the four, or so, feet of space between the front of my desk and an office wall. Here are some of the topics we discussed:
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While sharing political views, the two men often quarrelled over what should go into the magazine, which was published first as a monthly and later as a hungry quarterly. They had a “bickering marriage”, said a friend. Rahv had fits of brilliance but had fits of depression too. William Phillips had the more balanced personality. What kept them together was their pampered child, the Review. The marriage lasted until 1969, when Rahv left to start his own magazine. He died in 1973.
Bill Phillips’ Transformation
What Bill is outlining so clearly with this work is something that resonates with me on every level; that we must take responsibility for creating our own reality. That we must become more conscious, not just of what we eat and how we exercise, but of what enters our bodies in the form of advertising, the spaces we inhabit, and our very thoughts. He’s obviously a big believer in my favourite quote: When You Change the Way You See the World, You Change the World. Beginning with your own…
Quote of the day by Bill Phillips
What is success? What does it mean to be successful? I asked that question to my kids last year, and I was flabbergasted by their response: “Success is doing what you love, it’s deciding what you want and going for it.” That day was probably the day I felt the most successful in my life!