Maps at malls and other places typically show a dot noting “you are here.” It helps us get a frame of reference. We must know where we are to understand
Strategy & Decision Making
Having too much time on our hands doesn’t seem to be a problem too many of us have. It’s the opposite problem we’re trying to avoid. Our plates are full. Our
It’s Warmer Up Here
Our local ski hill is about twenty minutes away by car. Being fair weather fans of the activity we like to check the snow and weather reports before heading out.
Constraints as Catalyst
We wanted to title this article, “Tie Me Down to Set Me Free”, but thought it might be misconstrued as the next in the Shades of Grey series. When we’re
Create Your Constitution
Canada and the US celebrate the origination of their respective nationhood in close proximity. We’re approaching America’s 245th anniversary and yesterday we celebrated the 154th for Canada. Each country established
Who Are You Looking At?
On a recent episode of Jordan Peterson’s podcast, Professor Peterson’s guest was former navy seal now businessman and author, Jocko Willink. One of the topics touched on was Jocko’s military
Explore v. Exploit
Earnest Shackleton was an explorer. Shackleton was a principal player in the quest to explore the continent of Antarctica during the early 1900s. He was one of several who were
MAMA – My Actions Matter Always
Peter Thiel was one of the original founders of Paypal. He has gone on to make a number of other significant and successful investments. He has thought long and hard
Easter weekend may represent one last kick at the can for skiers as resorts will slowly be winding their seasons down. Trail Maps are a staple of ski hills. You
The Evolution of Excellence
Do you recall being warned to “look before you leap” as a child? When? What were you supposed to be looking for? It was usually when considering a daring exploit.