What makes Wonder Woman such a fierce warrior? We can chalk it up to her royal lineage or her upbringing as the princess of the Amazons, but it really
Welcome to another edition of leadersayswhat’s the Weekender, a peel of thought to start your weekend on the right track. Why just the peel?
The week, AMC’s juggernaut Mad Men ends its eight-year reign over cable television. No longer will we have our window into 1960s America and the salacious
I am not a “stop and smell the roses” type of person. When someone throws this common cliché at me, I tend to put them in the category of “you don’t have enough to do.
I’m a big fan of Henry Winkler. If you read this blog, you’ve heard me lament about the Fonz. But Henry has done much more than play this one iconic character.
In the classic holiday movie Home Alone, eight-year-old Kevin is accidentally left behind by his family. His parents don’t realize this until they are
In keeping with the current organizational fads, I just read my ump-teenth book on the importance of mindfulness. Once again, I’m told that we should be
How long does it take to create something new? Is it fair to put a time limit on creativity? In a recent interview, Clear Channel CEO Bob Pittman discussed
Through the ups, downs, sleepless nights, and restless days, leaders put everything they have into becoming the leader. With all of this work, there is