[ted id=1688] This is a great talk on how to rethink non-profits in our for-profit world. He does a masterful job of laying out the differences in how we view and treat non-profits that ultimately keep them from being as successful as possible. Of all the points listed, compensation for employees of non-profits and the […]
There are many versions but this appears to be the original from Hunter Thompson: Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly […]
While emptying an old box from a previous job I came across the following that was once posted on the wall by my desk. A Google search shows it’s the horoscope for Libra from July 14, 1993 from the Santa Fe Reporter: I usually applaud your inclination to remain above the fray and churn out […]
Jay Gallinatti is one of the best managers I’ve ever had the honor of reporting to in my career. He was the manager who taught me how to be a manager. It’s my fortune that he deployed a very humanistic style that took the needs of the whole person into account. There are several core […]
For years I’ve said that, in many ways, creatively solving problems for work has been my version of creative expression. Seth validated that way of thinking in “Linchpin”.