People don’t need more reasons to feel bad about themselves or their businesses. They need help making constant, incremental improvements against real problems, big and small.
Jay Palter wants his children to grow up knowing how to unleash their creativity.
If you want to be happy, and I mean stick your arms out the roof of your car happy, you need to find it.
The need for Environmental Activism is clear. Let’s do this.
Justin Gargiulo talks of money, and this surprising detail of how spending and making money don’t exactly correlate the way you might think.
Matthew Sweet wants you to think about how well you really listen.
Marketing guru Seth Godin spells out why bad or bizarre ideas are more successful than boring ones.
Matthew Sweet asks, “Are you willing to be bad long enough to get really good?”
When is the last time you challenged your beliefs about hiring (or getting hired) and the role education plays in business success?
“Nobody’s Special!” The Bully poured these words over a student at my daughter’s school. Tears marched down her cheeks and into her soul.
At this restaurant it’s likely that YOU will be the one with the handicap. And that’s making it a very popular place to eat.
“We are all weird,” writes Seth Godin. And in that statement might just be the way to end bullying.
Josh Bowman has a few ideas about the most exciting topic in the world: business cards!
Seth Godin talks of patient capital, markets that work, and how an infinite increase in income or productivity can change everything.