I lie a lot. I’m not proud of it and I am working on improving, but alas, it’s true. I’m talking about the lies I tell myself. They’re numerous, they’re consistent and they’re often quite easy to justify.Read the article.
Tall Poppies: An analogy for those who stand above their peers due to their skills, accomplishments and personal success and who are, by virtue of what they’ve accomplished, often targeted by their peers and society in general.Read the article.
Normal: It is the box where we compartmentalize our lives. Its walls are constructed of the status quo and it holds within it our beliefs and expectations, our traditions and our dreams.Join the conversation.
Normal: It is the box where we compartmentalize our lives. Its walls are constructed of the status quo and it holds within it our beliefs and expectations, our traditions and our dreams. It is the vessel that frames our understanding of the world, and accordingly, defines our personal spaces and comfort zones. Normal demands conformity.… Read more »Read the post.
As a surfer, I have spent tens of thousands of hours floating on the surface of the sea. Under the curved blue dome of sky, I have gazed optimistically toward the horizon looking for the unseen, trying to discern exactly where to catch the next wave, that band of energy created from the friction between… Read more »Read the article.
One of the most important attributes of leadership is character. Yet common societal constructs for character are often overly simplified and inappropriately deterministic.Read the article.