Monthly Archives: November 2016

When it’s good to be bad

  We seek perfection knowing it’s unattainable, but in our pursuit we may catch excellence (a shameless plug for my latest book.  Click here to order).  In the fabulous article below, Cody Delistraty talks about it being better to make plans to fail intermittently than to end up failing anyway and getting so demoralized you give up your goal altogether.  I call it surrounding… Read more →

Questions To Inspire Conversation

  TED talks have become a worldwide phenomenon.  Below is a cool article that highlights 9 different TED talks and are conversation starters in any situation.  Maybe one of the talks is of interest, maybe more.  –What is your favorite word?–Are you optimistic?–Do you think you are smarter than your parents? These questions are answered and then dissected.  Rule #6 from… Read more →