Tag Archives: motivation

Doubt What You Know




Warren Buffett once said that people are best at interpreting new information in a way that holds all their previous conclusions intact. Know what I mean? We all have our assumptions, beliefs, firm ideas that we know what we know … Continue reading

In Fellow Men (and Women) We Trust




“Science creates a world where individuals can play the role of the collective. Two boys create Google. One boy creates Facebook. Another individual creates Apple. These gentlemen changed the world without political parties or armies or fortunes.  So we are … Continue reading

We Are All Olympians




With all eyes on the London Olympics – practically two thirds of the planet are watching – we have never been more connected in our cultural disconnect. In a manner of speaking, we are all Olympians – OK, couch Olympians, … Continue reading

Careers, Passion and Other Things




Yes, you’ve watched Steve Jobs’ Stanford Commencement speech a hundred times! But, Larry Smith is hysterically and painfully realistic in his TEDx talk. So, will you simply just ignore your passion? Just like that?

54 Hours In Athens




54 hours – just a weekend really. Yet, the startup marathon  last weekend in Athens was so much more. About 150 brilliant Generation C young men and women (Connected/Communicating/Content-centric/Computerized/Community-oriented, always Clicking) did their magic, pitching their business ideas. “We are … Continue reading

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