This article from Ideas.TED.com suggests that life is a little like poker, we know what cards and chips we hold and must do the best with what we have. Check out this a simple but powerful self-management tool that requires nothing more than stopping to have a little “If/Then” conversation with yourself before
“The Meritocracy Trap”
It’s been said that “money doesn’t buy happiness but it does buy a better class of problems.” For the so-called “elites” of our society who’ve achieved success in commerce or the professions, that success comes at a much higher personal price than that paid by earlier generations who reached the top.
Resumes and Eulogies
Your business card will not be carved on your tombstone. We used to have careers; now it often feels that our careers have us. Take 4 minutes and 58 seconds for a TED Video by New York Times Columnist and PBS News Hour regular David Brooks as he explores the question of whether you should
“Radically Traditional” (or how your company can endure for 100 years)
Speaking of disruption…..most family businesses vanish by the third generation; public companies typically disappear in even less time. But a few, both for profit and not, somehow persist for a century or more. One key according to research on this phenomenon is finding a way to be “radically traditional.” Find out what the
Spouses often complain that their partner brings the office home with them. Good managers know that the reverse is also true. This short but insightful article from HBR may help you understand the source of unexpected behavior when your co-workers behave unpredictably…… and why that behavior often has nothing to do with the