Tag Archives: trustworthiness

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

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

Anti-Fragile 2013

“…Just as human bones get stronger when subjected to stress and tension, and rumors or riots intensify when someone tries to repress them, many things in life benefit from stress, disorder, volatility, and turmoil…” Nicholas Taleb, Antifragile As I am … 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

It’s All About Value, Stupid!

It’s the “Unbearable Lightness of Being” all over again. Having read a semi-sarcastic and justifiably fair assessment of the state of “professionalism” in the service industry and specifically the field of coaching, I thought back a few decades where a … Continue reading

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