“The occasional psychopath may end up hugely successful; but – statistically speaking – many more end up in prison.”
Think Simple. And then simplify that even more.
He’s considered the “Father of the Digital Revolution,” and here are his principles for living an incredible life.
Great leaders and businesses have a story to tell. The best understand who the hero should be.
The 5 Leadership styles are made clear and easy to understand.
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?”
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Maybe success lies in laughing more, playing more, and worrying less.
Sometimes the most beautiful things in art and business come from the darkest places.
How to sustain dreams simply: through listening.
Ben Altman says that you will never truly connect with someone if you’re too busy protecting yourself to take a chance.
When Chuck Chapman finally started listening to himself, he finally started being happy.
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Ken Goldstein looks at trust, brand loyalty and Apple.