I’m hearing the word “fun” more than ever before.
As in, “I’m not having any fun anymore.”
On your death bed, who will you want to have been?
Think of it as the flip side of “Who do you want to be when you grow up?” See, like it or not, you’re already grown up. And you have X years before you die. Who do you want to be between now and then? What mark do you want to leave? What do you want people to say about you at your funeral? (more…)
The words we use carry immense weight in our relationships —with others, with ourselves, and with the world. (more…)
Leaders: take the time to clarify your values… Wait — eyes glazing over already?
“I mean,” I hear you say, “I guess they’re important in some big-picture, like, ethical way. But really, what’ll it get me to focus on them?” (more…)