Don’t believe everyone is capable of a second act? Don’t tell Ken Goldstein.
View image | gettyimages.com Ira Israel on the truth behind the man who was Steve Jobs, and the problem with the movie portrayal of him. ___ “…my opinion is that it’s certainly best to separate an artist far enough from his work, so that one does not take him with the same seriousness as one […]
Most of people don’t do this. Most people don’t view struggle—and even failure—as instructive. Most people don’t demonstrate the resilience to hang in through tough times this way or the openness to say, “That didn’t work—what can I learn about myself?”
Will you miss opportunity’s knock by chasing your passion?
When Chuck Chapman finally started listening to himself, he finally started being happy.
Will Leo’s latest spin as a rich white guy finally land him a golden statue?
Ken Goldstein looks at trust, brand loyalty and Apple.
Steve Jobs’ philosophy of life.
Ken Goldstein explains how doing the job no one else wants to touch can be turned into your golden opportunity.
Harris O’Malley challenges the notion that there is an epidemic of man-children in society today.
It could be me on my annual New Year’s rant against the electronic world getting all 19th century on your ass. But I don’t think so.