If you're the CEO, your direct reports are critical to the success of the company. In fact, some may say direct reports are smarter than the CEO. Yet, they can be the most under utilized resource the CEO has. This happens more so if the CEO is very smart.
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Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Thus far, we’ve established that nature is perfect. We’ve also established that human beings are nature. Therefore, people are perfect. If we observe nature, it seems she does not make mistakes, even if we don’t fully comprehend her plan. With that said, how is it that two people who are essentially perfect come together in a relationship that falls apart? In the US, more than 50% of marriages end in divorce. Nature does not divorce herself from us. She operates in cycles. She wastes nothing and has an intention for every event, whether it’s
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
In nature, you find perfection. And everything functions according to its design. You don’t find fish climbing trees nor do you see hawks running around on the ground chasing its prey. The fish swim in water with precision and alacrity. The hawk uses flight for surveillance of the land then swoops down on its prey and carries it away. In nature, you see the fish and other animals operate with optimal performance as they function in the capacity they were designed to do. In corporations, it’s possible to elicit optimal performance from employees. However, if you squander talent in an organization, you will find less than optimal performance. Squandering talent is
Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Before you respond to the title, consider the following. If you observe the universe, it’s perfect. The same is true for nature on our planet. The collaboration between the celestial planets and stars allows life to thrive in great abundance. With that said, if you look at human beings, we are part of nature. In fact, it could be said we are, like all animals, nature. If nature is perfect, that makes people perfect. But…..
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