I recently wrote an article on how to deal with confusion , and it seems like there are a lot of people going through this right now, so I thought I’d expand on the topic. This is a topic I hold near and dear to my heart, because just this past year, I’ve gone through a lot of confusion, conflict, and growth within myself. In the end it has led me to a significantly better place.
DJ Patil pulls a 2-foot-long metal bar from his backpack. The contraption, which he calls a "double pendulum," is hinged in the middle, so it can fold in on itself. Another hinge on one end is attached to a clamp he secures to the edge of a table.
Artwork: Yue Minjun, Laughing Painter, 2003, oil on canvas, 70 x 50 cm
by Whitney Johnson | 2:57 PM July 11, 2011 Last weekend, like every weekend, I scrawled a long list of things to do on an old envelope. But unlike most weekends, instead of tethering myself to a computer and working, I sat in my backyard alongside my 10 year-old daughter in our collapsible camping chairs, reading novels.
by John Baldoni | 1:12 PM January 4, 2011 There is something about a big snowstorm that brings out the best, or more often the worst, in big city mayors.
Leadership / Management
by John Baldoni | 1:25 PM December 17, 2008 One of the ways I have fun teaching leadership is to isolate examples of poor stewardship.