I enjoyed reading Dedicated by Pete Davis about a year ago. I loved the idea of choosing depth over breadth and absorbed the message, and felt like Davis was preaching
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Around ten years ago, Cal Newport was completing his post-graduate studies and achieving a doctorate in computer science. He, like Karl Pillemer’s work introduced in our last article, was also
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Too many traditional job interviewing methods don’t seem to produce results. Randy Street and Geoff Smart authors of Who the A Method of Hiring examined over four thousand studies of
Respect for Regret
The Nobel family was full of tinkerers and experimenters. Alfred’s father spent his life building infrastructure for roads and railways. As Alfred became an adult he worked with his father
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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
A couple of questions for you as we get started. Over the past year have you had times where you have answered “yes” to any of the following six questions?
Happy Father’s Day
Enjoying the feeling of my feet being warmed while walking on the sands of a geographic landmark, I looked up to observe a sight that would burn itself onto my