“If you can make a woman laugh, you’re seeing the most beautiful thing on God’s earth.” Who said it?
My wife, who’s working on her MBA, is currently wading through a class that focuses on leadership. The other night she observed that “there sure are a lot of people out there developing theories on leadership, aren’t there?” Well, yes, and for good reason. Most of those people are working to provide hooks for consulting […]
By Sara Robinson Dear Conservatives: Your fellow Americans demand an answer — and we want it now. Just one simple question: Are you deliberately trying to start a civil war? Just answer the question. Yes or no. Don’t insult us with elisions, evasions, dithering, qualifications, or conditional answers. We need to know what your intentions […]
By J. Pratt Vulpes Imagine a world where children are raised to become agents of change throughout their work and lives, not docile employees, consumers, and followers. One in which corporate personhood has been displaced, and human needs and the environment take precedence over the unlimited quest to maximize profits. A world where every citizen […]
Not everything in life is a huge deal, but sometimes the small things provide a lot of insight into the big things. Iâ€™m sitting in the Cleveland airport right now, waiting for my flight back to Denver to board. A few minutes ago I saw one of those things that make you go â€œhmmm.â€ Imagine […]
By Martin Bosworth This is going to be a slightly different 9/11 recollection. I’m not going to start by telling you where I was and what I was doing that day. Because 9/11 isn’t about me, really. Or you, or any one single person. It’s about something deeper, something that touches every person, everywhere. It’s […]