Puritan’s Work

The Puritan work ethic, also known as the Protestant work ethic, is deeply embedded in the American psyche. The ethic […]

Stressed Out and Hung Over

Can we be honest here? Work-life balance is a fantasy, at least among those for whom the promise of balance […]

Frightening Career Moves

In anticipation of Halloween here in the States, I’ve been thinking about scary jobs, the kind most would find risky, […]

The Visionary’s Curse

I’ve been fascinated lately with Elon Musk, the visionary leader of companies such as PayPal, SpaceX, Solar City and, most […]

Lead Like a Pope

“Service is the rent we pay for living on this earth.” – Reverend Dr. Denison Harrield, Jr., Pastor, Wallace Chapel […]

Lusting for Change?

“You could not step twice into the same river; for other waters are ever flowing on to you.”      […]

Finding Achievement

What does it take to achieve?  What must we give in terms of time, work and resources to make something of […]

The Anti-Leader as Business Model

Think back over the past twenty-five years of business history, a period when corporations restructured and transformed without cessation to […]

Computer vs. Human Code

Here is a fundamental question: Will the machines take over one day? Recently, this question knocked on my consciousness in a number […]

The Ever-Present Eye

On the Fourth of July, America’s official birthday, another birth of sorts was happening; the birth of a viral controversy. […]