Monthly Archives: March 2011

Google’s Oxygen and Coaching




There are some things in life where recipes are hard to follow. What works for some is counter-productive for others yet there is no argument that hearing about others’ experiences expands not only the knowledge but one’s point of view. … Continue reading

Enchanting Learning




Guy Kawasaki needs no introduction. His latest book, “Enchantment” explains when and why enchantment is necessary, and describes its three pillars: likability, trustworthiness, and a great cause. His visual note of a speech he gave at the South by Southwest … Continue reading

British Airways & The Idiot Tax




How is it that so often life clashes with the great and brilliantly glorious ideas that occasionally pop through our brains? I am not necessarily referring to justice, world peace, bold dreaming, equality and all these noble and majestic uplifting … Continue reading

Fortune Favors The Brave




“Fortes Fortuna Juvat” The phrase means that Fortuna, the Goddess of luck, is more likely to help those who take risks or action.  The phrase was shouted by Turnus in Virgil’s Aeneid just before he was utterly destroyed by Aeneas’ … Continue reading

Why Hesitate?




Following up on last week’s Feminists: Born or Raised post and being bombarded by more than my fair share of the Oscars, Natalie Portman’s pregnancy, and the Black Swan plot debate, I was pondering on the unavoidable stereotyping and labeling. … Continue reading

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