You will not find happiness at work. Not if you follow the common cliched advice which circulates most business publications, self-help blogs, and psychology papers.
No one wants a bad reputation in business. This might seem so obvious it’s not worth the keystrokes… and I would agree if the opposite were true, but it’s not. While everyone would prefer a good reputation, few use intentional actions to build a quality reputation they’re able to leverage into personal and organizational growth. […]
The 2016 Presidential election was at best foreplay for the cultural hellfire that will be rained down on American society leading up to the 2020 Presidential election.
I woke up this morning with nothing to say. Uninspired. My mind is full. My thoughts are cluttered. My ideas are muddled and disorderly. Every keystroke is painful and cumbersome. My language feels clumsy and contrived. This very sentence feels tired and formulaic. I should not be writing this post. There are two schools […]
I spent the first decade of my career trying to get good at business. I read thousands of articles. I watched video after video and listened to podcast after podcast. I attended every conference I could afford. I filled my shelves with books by bestselling authors. I wanted to be good at business so badly. […]
I got a message yesterday, “You’re so lucky you found a job you love.” Lucky. I don’t believe in calling myself, “Lucky.”