If you’ve ever pulled the slingshot back and sent a furious fowl down range, you know how addicting the game Angry Birds can be. You’re also not alone. By far the most downloaded app ever, it’s been #1 in the app store for over 300 days.
Earlier this week I [...]
For the past couple of years I’ve been working as a principal consultant for McKinney Rogers helping to design and deliver Walmart‘s groundbreaking Leadership Academy. Our team was so successful, Walmart decided this summer to bring the capability in-house and bought the contract out—along with our team.
I was [...]
We want to control our finances, our projects, our teams, our relationships, our future. We yearn for that sense of security that control promises. Just look around—nine out of ten advertisements are selling you some form of control.
Control, however, is an illusion [...]
That simple question, asked of me 17 years ago, led to a complete overhaul of how I see myself and others. The question was posed by my Astrophysics Professor during a theological debate after class. My response started something like this:
“I think there’s [...]
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