Tag Archives: perspective

Without Highs and Lows, We Are Dead

This great video says it all. Whether you’re in the midst of a personal low point, helping a friend who is bottoming-out, or parenting a child who is down-in-the-dumps, this…

When Teamwork Doesn’t Work – and Why

Teamwork, as opposed to independent work, has increased dramatically in the last two decades. Some calculate the average time spent working with others has increased 50% or more in the…

The Differences in Your Team Make the Difference

It is widely recognized that diverse teams outperform homogeneous teams. A 2015 McKinsey report on 366 public companies found that those organizations in the top 25% for ethnic and racial diversity in…

How Did You Spend Your Day Today?

Did you use your strengths today at work, at home, and in your community? If not, you may be feeling a bit worn down at the end of your day….

Waiting for things to change? Why?

This inspiring, funny, and perspective shaking TEDx is worth your time. Action and courage is what changes things. What’s holding you back? This talk will help you break through your…

Partnerships are a breeding ground for good decision-making.

Being able to value an alternative perspective (especially those in direct opposition to my way of thinking) is a skill that I could spend my entire lifetime cultivating. Frequently, I want to rush…

David and Goliath Story – It’s Not What You Think

The new book David and Goliath by Malcolm Gladwell has the fitting subtitle Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants.  Watch the  TedTalk video above and listen to Gladwell…

The best thing …

The best thing about the future is that it comes one day at a time. Abraham Lincoln