What is there to learn from winning medals and competing? Obviously I am still enamored with the Olympics, and apparently I’m not the only one as the viewership for these games far surpasses anything in recent times. There is so much to learn from these young athletes. Their wisdom, spirit, creativity, gumption and determination are awe-inspiring. Take this video, for example:
Don’t know about you, but every two years I come down with Olympic fever. I am not a particularly athletic individual although in the past I enjoyed skiing and playing tennis. However when the games begin I get totally engaged. First off I loved
It’s the day after the 44th Super Bowl and many people are scratching their heads wondering what happened to Peyton Manning and the Colts last night. The underdog New Orleans Saints with quarterback Drew Brees tying a Super Bowl record with 32 completed passes, and coach Sean Payton making gutsy plays whipped the Colts. But wasn’t this more than a football game?
A few things happened this week that have got me wondering why and how politics can muck up systems. So bear with me as I connect some dots. I happened to catch the end of an interview on BBC America regarding excessive executive compensation. The interview was with someone who did or currently works at a firm like Goldman Sachs who was talking about how … Continue reading Can Politics Screw Up Engagement?