We’re absolutely certain, and quite often wrong, because we refuse to listen while we’re so certain. So, how certain are you?
When the student isn’t seen as the customer, the student isn’t served well, and neither are we. Have these teachers’ unions really achieved anything?
Was Columbus a good guy or not? Should we play Wagner’s music, even though he was an anti-Semite? Can you be an outstanding talent and also a lousy person? Sometimes even “presentism” isn’t in the present.
Wherein we examine who can curtail the power of those who exert unfair and inappropriate power by dint of their positions. Isn’t it important for us to ask who’s in charge of the people in charge?
The endemic cynicism and pessimism of so many people remind me of alligators who habitually eat their own offspring. Have you noticed that many of us search for bad news and seem to believe that things are never good enough? Let’s put things back into perspective.
If you don’t have a critical mass, you’re not going to find critical talent. When you don’t have enough numbers in a company, or a city, or a country – the result is this…
This podcast discusses my indirect association with Napoleon Hill through my old boss, and why thinking alone won’t make you rich. Think and grow rich? Not so fast.
Humility is NOT a desirable trait for professionals because no customer, client, or consumer screams out for a humble surgeon. You’ve probably heard advice alluding to the need for humility. Here’s why that advice is overrated.
Awards are a dime a dozen, but acknowledgment can mean all the difference in the world. Don’t wait for acknowledgment, shout it out. Don’t be afraid to tell people what you’ve done.
You can take a fork or ignore a fork, you have to choose a side. There’s almost always a better way, and you need to be able to admit this fact of life to yourself if you want to experience growth.