August 21, 2021 • Forbes
Leading indicators give you control in a world that feels increasingly out of our control.
July 1, 2021 • Forbes
With a pre-mortem excercise, the worst hasn’t happened yet. We’re only imagining that it has.
April 23, 2021 • Forbes
Just like a compass in a disorienting storm, our values can help point us in the right direction.
March 23, 2021 • Forbes
Exposing yourself to different philosophies allows you to practice various tools and lenses to solve difficult problems. These tools and lenses are not about what you should do but about what you could do. As you better understand the latter, you can better decide what you want to do.
January 26, 2021 • Forbes
Leaving the world better than you found it starts with not making things worse.
December 23, 2020 • Forbes
The art of praise is about tailoring the what, how, where and when of your message to the receiver.
September 28, 2020 • Forbes
If you’d like to become better at spotting patterns before it’s too late, the wisdom of the ancient Greek philosopher Thales could help you, regardless of how much life experience you have.
August 27, 2020 • Forbes
Across his dazzling amount of writing — more than 1,500 pages published during the Enlightenment — Kant developed his thoughts on a broad range of topics and attempted to answer three fundamental questions…
July 30, 2020 • Forbes
In a complex world that can feel overwhelming at times, keeping things simple can be an elegant way to save yourself and others significant time and mental energy.
July 1, 2020 • Forbes
There is no guarantee that things will continue the same as they are today, which should offer hope to the hopeless and a word of caution to those who are resting on their laurels.
May 29, 2020 • Forbes
“You can never step in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and you are not the same person.” – Heraclitus
May 7, 2020 • Forbes
“Now you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. You put water into a bottle, it becomes the bottle. You put it in a teapot, and it becomes the teapot. Now water can flow, or it can crash. Be water, my friend.” – Bruce Lee
April 2, 2020 • Forbes
If what you’re doing doesn’t meet the bar for eternal recurrence — and you don’t believe it ever will, even with sizable changes — then what bigger decisions might you need to make?
February 24, 2020 • Forbes
“The most dangerous thing about an academic education is that it enables my tendency to overintellectualize stuff, to get lost in abstract thinking instead of simply paying attention to what’s going on in front of me.” – David Foster Wallace
January 23, 2020 • Forbes
The Greek philosopher exemplified the value of skepticism — a lens that is useful for avoiding bad, possibly irrecoverable decisions.
December 27, 2019 • Forbes
How to prevent feeling lonely as a leader.
November 25, 2019 • Forbes
How to see what you’re contributing to at any moment in life.
November 18, 2019 • McKinsey & Company
When times are difficult, building virtues could be the single source of meaning that could help you pull through, as they have done for countless others in the past.
October 31, 2019 • Forbes
How to prevent unnecessary negativity by “clearing out the noise”.
September 1, 2019 • Sivana East
How to tap into positive emotions when you need them the most.
July 16, 2019 • Thrive Global
How to be more aware of your responses during every interaction.
June 21, 2019 • Fast Company
Some of your talents and skills can cause burnout. Here’s how to identify them.
June 3, 2019 • McKinsey & Company
A few considerations that help with life’s biggest decisions, but also with its mundane, daily difficulties.
May 3, 2019 • Fast Company
On the importance of not letting fear keep you stuck doing only what you’re already good at, especially if it doesn’t give you energy.
March 5, 2019 • World Economic Forum
At any given moment, where are you investing all your attention, heart and energy?