Learning

Theodore Geisel was ready to give up on his dream.   Twenty-seven publishers couldn’t be wrong.   “Your fanciful little books have no commercial value.”   But it was a dream that would not die easily.   Perhaps that’s why when he ran into an old college buddy that day on the street...

Here’s a short litmus test for every person charged with managing others.   Take the time to answer each of the following questions. No, instead of simply scanning it and saying, “that’s interesting…” – really take a shot at honestly responding.   Most so-called “leaders” can’t – or won’t....

“I have to go now,” my friend said, “It’s survey season.”   “Excuse me?” I answered. “What does that mean exactly?”   “Survey season. You know, the annual “How do you feel about your company questionnaire…I have to get mine in by close of business today.”   “Well, that’s important….”   There was a...