Not too long ago, working professionals would get into their car and make their morning commute to work. They would arrive at a building and upon entering that building, work would begin. At 5pm they...Read More
Is curiosity dying in our culture? Does having the world’s knowledge at our fingertips lessen the gusto we once had when pursuing a new endeavor or idea? Cultivating lasting curiosity has become more...Read More
Having biases are just like riding a bike…literally, you'll see. Once we form them (consciously or unconsciously) we retreat and rely on them with the same ease as riding a bike years after we...Read More
When is not knowing more valuable than knowing? When does experience become a burden? Why are you often at your best when you are new to an undertaking, doing something for the first time?
As work...Read More
The joy is in the mastering, not in being a master. Ron Shaich, the CEO of Panera Bread, believes, “If you are learning, you’ll never need to recharge.” Leverage learning as fuel to attack today's...Read More
Remember when a “tweet” was something birds did, “pinning” was reserved for thumbtacks, “uber” was used by surfers to describe killer waves, “linked-in” was a term exclusive for inmates,...Read More
The economy is poised for a transformation as the largest generation on the planet, the Millennials, enter their prime working and spending years. Technology and the Internet have created new...Read More