“Grown-ups never understand anything for themselves, and it is tiresome for children to be always and forever explaining things to them.”
Everyone is always wondering what kids are thinking. DK gives you view into the complicated and sometimes contradictory world of today's teens.
Eileen Shapiro thinks that betting is a part of everyday life. Check out her four tests (and one proxy) for action-based leadership.
The problem with smart people is that they like to be right and sometimes will defend ideas to the death rather than admit they’re wrong.
You hear an awful lot about what you should do to stay in shape or eat health. What is stopping you? Michael Gonzales lays out all of those things and shows you how to get past them.
Radio is under fire. Radio companies think it is about the technology. Fred Jacobs suggests they should start with the listeners.
Art Kleiner suggest that organizations are where all of the power lies today and it is about time to recognize that and leverage groups to solving problems. Think open source for government.
In Managing With Aloha, Rosa Say discusses how the use traditional Hawaiian values can change your business and how you view the relationship with your employees and customers.
In his latest Changethis manifesto, Tom Peters shares many conventional business wisdoms and tells you why they are all wrong.
We can all use a little sunshine. Dan's caught a few rays and made them into a manifesto you can take with you wherever you go. He hopes it makes you smile.