Tag Archives: Authenticity

Final Respect




The story of the 11 year old Chinese boy who died last month of brain cancer but not before donating his organs, is a sad yet an uplifting one. But the photo of the doctors paying their respect as his … Continue reading

Lies, Truths, Life




“How good of a liar are you?” I was giving a talk last week in front of a group of smart young aspiring entrepreneurs – and we were discussing the pros and cons of opening up to people you don’t … Continue reading

The Summer Of My Discontent




It’s been a long and seemingly lazy summer.  And to playfully remember Steinbeck’s The Winter of Our Discontent, this has been a summer where for about two weeks I was desolate in the absence of wi-fi. Let me confess: I am … Continue reading

Power Savvy




Anyone who is a genius can succeed! Sure, but how about the rest of us? Stanford’s Organizational Behavior Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer talks about power, the religious “accounting balancing scheme” to make life seem more fair (!) and the political smarts … Continue reading

Anti-Marketing: My Greek TEDx Talk




It’s all Greek to you, I am afraid. When I was asked to give a talk at TEDx Thessaloniki, I had mixed emotions. While I am infinitely curious, and passionately share TED’s “belief in the power of ideas to change … Continue reading

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