It’s been a rough year.
Difficult topics, difficult times. It’s getting hotter out there. Is real conversation still possible?
How to be more productive in business when a lot of time is taken up by everyday stuff
Without a set of shared values, argues Ken Goldstein, we can’t talk with, argue with or perhaps even live with the other side. And then what?
Morale is a byproduct of engagement, so how can you create a better environment for your employees?
If a tribal door is opened to you, walk through it. Leave your plans on the other side of the door. Open your heart to tribal ways, and in a single week you might change a single life. It likely will be yours.
“It breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart.”
How do you know when it’s time to stand firm on a point and when it’s time to cave in and go with the flow?
“I am probably the most selfish man you will ever meet in your life. No one gets the satisfaction or the joy that I get out of seeing kids realize there is hope.” – Jerry Lewis
“The little we see” is the mystery of real-life human drama.
We’re all neighbors we have not yet met.
The current political climate has made it difficult to see the glue binding us together.
We acknowledged as a nation that the wider the gap grew between rich and poor, the less stable our economy would become.
Embed from Getty Images—I recently logged into one of my hotel loyalty accounts where I had amassed several hundred thousand points. That is, I thought I did. All my points were gone. Apparently, this chain has a policy that deletes all your points if you don’t stay at one of their properties for a year.…
Numbers count, your voice matters, and the resistance is REAL!
Ken Goldstein thanks our outgoing president for his leadership and inspiration to lift humanity.