heroes and villains
Heroes and Villains throughout history that have defined their industries and workflow as we know it today. Those we look up to, and those we learn mistakes from.
A Leadership Lesson From A Native American Principle
I find that studies of Philosophy can often provide powerful Leadership Lessons, especially in today's world. One area of Philosophy that I think does not get enough Recognition for its power and brilliance is that of Native American Philosophies.
Why I Say, "I No Longer Do Leadership Development"
Yesterday I made a statement that the Role of CEO is Dead. It may "sound" like a bold statement, but it really isn't. I then made the statement that we need to create a new type of Leader which I called the Chief Regenerative Design Office, or CRDO.
Thriving Together: How Coworking Code of Conduct Elevates Work Culture
In today's dynamic work landscape, coworking spaces have emerged as hotbeds of creativity, collaboration, and innovation. These shared work environments offer professionals from diverse backgrounds a place to connect, create, and thrive. However, the success of coworking spaces hinges not only on their physical amenities but also on the cultivation of a positive and inclusive work culture. Central to this culture are the codes of conduct that govern behavior and interactions within these communal spaces.
The Role Of CEO Is Dead
Leadership is extremely important. However, not all "types" of Leadership are important, good, or even necessary. In 1995, it was determined that there were 850 "academic" definitions of Leadership, and no one has attempted to count how many more have been created since that time, let alone the "non-academic" definitions.
West Coast Milblogger
With the two-year anniversary of the war in Ukraine having just passed we now look forward to the introduction of the F-16 to air supremacy and the impact it might have on the ground as well.
Lionel Messi made a huge mess in China
Today is the 15th day of the first lunar month.In Chinese culture, the Yuanxiao (Filled round balls made of glutinous rice-flour for Lantern Festival) is the official end of the Spring Festival.This means that we need to prepare ourselves for the test of the coming year by cleaning up our mood during the holidays.
An Important Trait Of Great Leaders
I see many Leaders who say they want to attain huge Goals. It's an awesome thing to see, but I find there is something that stands in the way of most Leaders.
Who's approval do you seek the most? My mother's. I don't know why. Maybe it's because I'm a mom and I just want to be close with her like we used to be.
Melancholy On The March To Progress
All Work that you do will take a toll on you, no matter what work you decide to do. Whether it is work you Love or Hate, Enjoy or Despise, find Inspiring or drains your Soul - All work will take some sort of toll.
The Consistency Curse
How do you become one of the Best in the World at something? There are a few factors, but one of the most important aspects is Consistency.
You're Lazy And That's Good!
I'm going to say something, and your Ego may not like hearing it BUT when I say it I mean it in the BEST of ways. You're Lazy.
The Mystery of the Witch's House
The Mystery of the Witch's House" The cast Of Story: Emma: The group's fearless leader, who is constantly keen to explore and solve riddles. Tom: Emma's devoted best friend, who is anticipating the journey with both excitement and fear.Oliver: The group's cautious and skeptic who always questions their choices. Sophie: The newest member, innocent and full of curiosity, but she gets scared easily. The Witch is the menacing and spiteful adversary who lurks around the haunted house and plans to exact retribution on anyone who wakes her up. Ghostly Appearances: The kids are haunted by spectral beings and unsettling illusions while they explore the house. Elders: The knowledgeable storytellers in the community who caution the kids about the perils and secrets of the forest.