Leadership

The Western World has become obsessed with living an affluent life, achieving double-digit growth and having all of the ...

Get a life

The unhappy millionaire

Can money buy happiness? Not according to Simon, who earns over a million a year, but lacks meaning in his life.

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If you are over-weight, over-stressed or over-fed - you can't perform anywhere near your peak.

Shape up

Are you fit to lead?

Intelligence, charisma and years of experience won't make up for poor physical fitness when it comes to leadership ability.

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Leadership clout

Obama tops list of world's most powerful people

Barack Obama topped Forbes's list of the world's most powerful people in 2011, as the US leader's clout rose after the deaths of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi.

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Steve Jobs tribute.

Steve Jobs

A visionary who could walk the walk and talk the talk

Leadership doesn't have a secret formula; all true leaders go about things in their own way. It's this ability to think differently that sets them apart - and that enabled Steve Jobs to create perhaps the most respected brand in the world.

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Complex management style ... Steve Jobs.

Out of the box

Steve Jobs: an unconventional leader

Steve Jobs was an unconventional leader. His management style wasn't the stuff of university textbooks, but the results are indisputable.

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Bill Gates heads list of rich Americans

The US's economic woes don't appear to be hurting Bill Gates, who tops Forbes magazine's list of the 400 richest Americans for the 18th year in a row.

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Entrepreneur Mark Harbottle

Rich list

Young, rich, and now famous: Australian entrepreneurs make their mark

INTERNET entrepreneur Mark Harbottle first got the bug to make money selling cowboy hats at a roadside stall at the age of 10. Yet today he makes his debut on the BRW Young Rich list at No.52 with his share in SitePoint valued at $40 million.

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Walt Disney is pictured with his famous character Mickey Mouse

Corporate ties

When a superstar CEO steps down

It's hard to image Apple without Steve Jobs at the helm, but the same has been said about many companies headed by powerful, charismatic, seemingly irreplaceable leaders.

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Donald Trump

Leadership lessons

Beauty and property are Donald's trump card

Everything starts and ends with good leadership as far as Donald Trump is concerned. Recession in the US and the debt crisis in Europe could all be resolved with proper leadership.

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