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Suzy Welch on 10-10-10: An Operating Principle for Life

Complete video at: Suzy Welch remembers the "disastrous" Hawaii trip that inspired 10-10-10, her life-transforming method to balance life and work. Welch says to evaluate the "consequences of every decision in ten minutes...and ten years." ----- In today's accelerated world, with its competing priorities, information overload and confounding options, we can all use a compass, a guiding strategy to help navigate the parade of life decisions: Should I uproot my family for a higher paying job? Should I settle down and have children, or continue my work hard/play hard life? As a work-life columnist for O, The Oprah Magazine and as a writer, with her husband and former GE CEO Jack Welch, of "The Welch Way" column in BusinessWeek, Suzy Welch has developed a simple and yet incredibly helpful life-management tool she contends will cut through the noise and provides clarity for answering all of our work and life dilemmas. Join this powerhouse couple for a discussion of how to put their principles to work in reclaiming your lives at home, in love and at work. - Commonwealth Club of California Suzy Welch, formerly Suzy Wetlaufer, is a noted commentator and business journalist. She was editor of the Harvard Business Review, and has written extensively on management and leadership. Her latest book, 10-10-10: A Life-Transforming Idea (Scribner), is a New York Times best-seller that deals with life decision-making strategies.
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