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Monthly Archives: November 2011
What if back in the day (some 40 or 50 years ago), instead of pay phones and film-loaded cameras we had the social media tools of today available in our dorm rooms and fraternity houses? Consider how the landscape would’ve … Continue reading
Dreams are fantasies if we do not put action to them. Dreams—Action—Reality. I am approaching the end of another semester. With it comes a lot of typical happenings such as: Final exams to grade, Grades to post, Next semester syllabi … Continue reading
Ruiz’s The Four Agreements reminded me of the elegance of simplicity—and the power of integrity. I am in the author’s equivalent of a jockey’s homestretch. The page proofs for my new book (Study Skills: Do I Really Need This Stuff? … Continue reading
And as I read the book, it occurred to me that we can apply Kawasaki’s principles just as readily to the classroom as to the marketplace; just as effectively to personal relationships as to corporate politics. This weekend—in between grading essays … Continue reading