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THE LONG GAME

Author: Milos Topic

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Welcome to the long game, a place where time, effort and energy matter. The podcast has two series, executive confessions and CIO chronicles.

I interview exceptional leaders and share my own thoughts and experiences on leadership, management, business and most importantly, people.
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Podcast: "The long game" with Milos Topic - Episode 5 with Kathy Lang, Vice President of Member Relationships at the Tambellini Group shares her thoughts, ideas and experiences on solving problems by focusing on the needs of others first. Kathy's passion for leadership, innovation and reimagining path forward is evident across a variety of positions and industries throughout her career.
Podcast: “The long game” with Milos Topic – Episode 4 with Tej Patel, Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer (CIO) at Stevens Institute of Technology shares his thoughts, ideas and experiences on solving problems with empathy and understanding while innovating in service of humanity. His servant leadership approach is a great reminder and a model for us all that people should always come first. Tej’s question for the audience: ► What challenges is your institution facing with “digital everything” and what are the executive expectations?
Podcast: "The long game" with Milos Topic - Episode 3 with Sharon Pitt, Vice President of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer (CIO) at University of Delaware shares her thoughts, ideas and experiences on building inclusive and diverse teams, nudging organizational culture in the desired direction and much more.    Sharon's question for the audience:  ► How are you doing work-life balance while working from home?
Podcast: "The long game" with Milos Topic - Episode 2: Paige Francis, Vice President of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the University of Tulsa shares her thoughts, ideas and experiences on building relationships, providing opportunities to all, leadership, innovation, culture and much more.
Trisha Clay, Chief Information Officer (CIO) at Hudson County Community College shares her thoughts, ideas and experiences on leadership, innovation, culture, reducing friction, tearing down silos and much more.
DON’T SETTLE FOR AVERAGE
QUITTING vs. WASTING TIME
HIRE THE PERSON, NOT THEIR EMPLOYER
OPINIONS OF OTHERS

OPINIONS OF OTHERS

2018-05-0302:03

OPINIONS OF OTHERS & WHY THEY DON’T MATTER
Money doesn’t change people, it amplifies who they have been all along.
You decide when to quit, not some random people who are thriving on negativity and are looking for ways to bring others down.
Share your speaking or consulting gigs with others if they are not the right fit or you are unavailable at that time. Most importantly, do it for free and expect nothing in return.
Focus on what truly matters to you; live your life; love your loved ones and allowed to be loved. You have today, tomorrow is not a guarantee for any of us.
Time doesn’t stop for anyone, not yesterday, not today nor will it do so tomorrow. Live, love and enjoy every moment you have and make sure you’re using it for the right things with the right people, people that matter on creating memories that you will cherish for the rest of your life.
Things that truly matter are marathons, not sprints. Your health, happiness, family, friends, career, business...all take time, attention, focus and intent to be successful and to reach full potential. Live your life to the fullest every single day. As far as we know, we get one shot at this wonderful thing called life, let’s not waste it.
Finish what you start

Finish what you start

2017-07-2400:31

Finish it!
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