By Jonathan Fields
Published Aug. 12, 2009 - “Try this career choice standard on for size.
Will this choice allow me to:
Spend the greatest amount of time
Absorbed in activities and relationships that fill me up
While surrounding myself with people I cannot get enough of, and
Earning enough to live comfortably in the world?
It sounds so simple. This is the standard I’ve used to gui
By Chip R. Bell & John R. Patterson
Published Aug. 12, 2009 - "When great starts have poor endings, it can leave change pioneers disappointed, hard working organizers disheartened, and skeptics with proof they were correct all along. It makes the next initiative more challenging to launch and the next set of resistors more defiant. However, without needed change the organization risks losing
By Lee J. Colan & David Cottrell
Published Aug. 12, 2009 - “The myth of time management never dies. Many people enroll in 'time management' classes and learn techniques like making to-do lists. That’s fine. Lists can be useful, even satisfying. It’s great to experience that rush—Ahhhh!—as we check something off the list. However, by the end of the day, or the
By Ryan Barton
Published Aug. 12, 2009 - “It’s not sexy. It’s not tracking as a Twitter trend. And it’s not a YouTube sensation.
In fact, by current reputation, it’s dirty, it (sometimes) smells, it forces you to interact with people you don’t know, it’s slow, and inconvenient. But it shouldn’t be.
Or at least, it shouldn’t be positi
By Angela Maiers
Published Aug. 12, 2009 - “Education shouldn’t be about adding more to our lists of HAVE’s, DO’s , and BE’s, but rather thinking outside the lines, intentionally about the BE’s, DO’s, and HAVE’s that matter most.
The 21st century world needs learners to BE critical, BE creative, and BE strategic.
By Paul Polak
Published Aug. 12, 2009 - “Ninety percent of the world’s designers spend all their time working on solutions to the problems of the richest 10 percent of the world’s customers.
A revolution in design is needed to reverse this silly ratio and reach the other 90 percent. In my book, Out of Poverty, I talk about how this can be done. I pull stories from some of the 17 million people