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Posted by on Mar 26, 2012 in Blog, Books, Videos | 24 comments

Do More Great Work. By Michael Bungay Stanier.


Do More Great Work

“Whatever work we do is basically bad work, good work or great work.”Michael Bungay Stanier.

In which of these three places do we spend most of our time? Watch the video to have an idea of what bad work, good work and great work is according to the author. One thing is for sure: we all have the potential to do great work most of the time. This book will help you understand how.


  1. It appears to be a great book. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. Just ordered the book at the library. Thanks for helping us with getting to our great work.

  3. Elsa, you are a treasure. This is just what I was trying to explain to someone this week. Now I’ll stop trying to make someone else understand, and just do it. You are an inspiration.

  4. p.s. Just checked and our library has it, too! I placed it on hold for pickup.

  5. Elsita, can you recomend a book about changes? Thanks 🙂

  6. Hola Magaly,
    I recommend 2 books:
    “Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard”
    Then, there is this other one about how to deal with changes:
    “Who Moved My Cheese?: An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life”

  7. now I’m thinking if i do any mindless pointless aimless things and if what i do is mostly good work or great work… very provocative! 🙂

  8. Un artículo muy bonito que se ha escrito en este blog y todo el pensamiento expresado a través de este artículo. En este documento, el FA? Es para expresar los pensamientos es muy agradable y es corto y dulce para mí pla t más aquí.

  9. Hey – really appreciate you recommending my book, Do More Great Work. Many thanks, Elista

  10. Thanks a lot to you, Michael.
    Having your comment here is a real honor.
    You are an important teacher to so many people.
    Thanks a lot for the GREAT WORK that you do, it makes a difference.

  11. Thanks a lot to you, Michael.
    Having your comment here is a real honor.

  12. Thanks a lot to you, Michael.
    Having your comment here is a real honor.

  13. Hello Elsita…this is a very inspiring recommendation…can’t wait to get it…thanks for passing on the info:)

  14. Thanks for posting that, Elsita. I’m going to repost it on my video blog for art teachers. Then I’m heading out to buy the book. I’d love to know the keys to getting to my best work.

  15. The website was sooo infvamrtioe! Thank you so much for taking the time to share such valuable knowledge. I still have a lot of learning to do but I was so inspired by this workshop. If you ever have the chance to do it again, I’d definitely sign up!

  16. Es una mujer de belleza etcxioa, su piel canela y su cabello rizado la hacen muy especial su cuerpo escultural. Si todo eso va, acompaf1ado de buenos sentimientos e inteligencia no es de este mundo.

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  18. Very good post. Made me realize I was totally wrong about this issue. I figure that one learns something new everyday.

  19. I have also learned many of these life lessons and I try to live them every day but sometimes saying sorry or loving yourself can be challenging, but I think I learned another very important lesson while reading this and that is: you are never alone. You are truly inspiring!

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