If you have read any of the books on either of my lists, I would love to hear what you thought.
..our natural "optimism bias" leads us to believe that we can do things faster and cheaper...
As we approach the New Year I always try to think of ways to make the coming year better than the last. This means first reflecting on the past and second look ahead to the future. This year, my family and I will be following our New Year's ritual by setting resolutions for the coming … Continue reading Happy New Year 2018 – A Ted Talk from Scott Geller
As we approach the Christmas Holiday, I wanted to share with you a book I recently read. The Book is called Emotional Awareness: Overcoming the Obstacles to Emotional Balance and Compassion. It's an enlightening and entertaining read written by Paul Ekman. Paul Ekman is best known for his work on facial expressions and body language, … Continue reading Emotional Awareness: Overcoming the Obstacles to Emotional Balance and Compassion
It has been a while since I published any articles about books I have read. Given the Thanksgiving Holiday in the United States, I thought I would post something a little lighter for the Holiday, so Today, I want to share with you a book I recently completed called Today Matters. Today Matters was written … Continue reading Today Matters – Happy Thanksgiving
I was listening to Audible's Accelerator business series Today. One of the segments addresses a new concept of business management. The segment was called "Let Employees Be People". It's published by the Harvard Business Review. It is an interview with Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey. Dr. Kegan and Dr. Lahey are the co-founders of mindsatwork.com … Continue reading A new way to work