Leadership

In all my years of being either an employee, leader or a consultant, the one thing I believe to be consistent is that eventually I could work with almost anyone. In the early years I didn’t think it took all that much skill, but over time I realized the way I worked was more of […]

Years ago I was having an email conversation with a friend of mine. The topic of discussion was success, or lack thereof. It morphed into why neither one of us was rich, which then led to these two questions: why do we sabotage ourselves; what is it that holds us back? I needed time to […]

Every once in a while, I’ve needed to listen to who I call the “big loud guy”.  Most of the time it really is a big loud guy, bigger than I am in most cases (and I’m not small) and louder than me. That’s going a long way because I’ve been told that I can […]

It’s been just over a week when Google fired one of their engineers, who decided to write a 10-page manifesto and sent it out to employees of the company. In the manifesto, he stated some of his opinions on the diversity initiatives the company was trying to put through, decided to add that women were […]

Last week I read a news story where a college student said she’s been given an F in her course by a teacher because she was Muslim. When you read the story and see that she was scoring A’s on the tests, it’s hard to justify the teacher failing her. She stated that during the […]

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