Thanks, Tim. Good article.
I’m not deep into finance or investing (my 401K managers do the work for me) but the foolishness of making plans that bank on a certain future extends to many other fields. The tried and true “strategic planning” approach that organizations of yesteryear have deployed is losing it’s punch. The…
Insightful article, Tim. I enjoyed reading it. I was glad to reach this paragraph. In my opinion, neither doing right things or doing things right is superior all of the time. But the right team enables both effectiveness (right things) and efficiency (things done right) to find the right balance over time.
The definition of “entrepreneur” is changing.
No longer is it only a role or function like a company founder or inventory of a new product or technology.
It seems that it’s now more of a mindset, or even a set of skills as Jesse has listed here: problem-solving, decision-making, creativity, and content-creation.
Denise, thanks for sharing what you’ve learned. I found this very interesting.
Social media provides an opportunity for rapid feedback on experiments that has not existed until this point in history.
Before, we had to wait days or weeks or even months for the data to understand how people respond to…
This is so good, Ash. I happen to believe there is a Creator behind the evolution of the universe and that you’ve so eloquently described His integrated nature, which the world now also shares, including all of us humanity. When that integrated nature is fully realized humanity flourishes.
Thank you for sharing this. I also grew up in Texas. I’m ashamed to admit that I remember some (not all) of my white friends and family making under-their-breath comments about other races to each other.
As a kid that was so confusing to me. How could a person be so kind to a black person…