Last week I had the privilege to join the leading […]
Recently I sat down with a friend who was very excited. She had applied to the MIT Media Lab and couldn’t wait to hear back if she had been accepted. […]
Not unlike everyone else this morning, I’m watching the developments in Russia and Ukraine with growing concern. The debate is rife online on what to do. Is it a matter […]
In a previous post I wrote about how resilience is far more powerful a predictor of success than age, gender, nationality, educational background – well, pretty much anything. The […]
Check out this excellent by Megan Richter at the Thin Difference blog: What Makes a Good Leader?.
Over the past year I have learned a lot about […]
What might be behind the apparent differences in how we […]
Recently I found myself on a call with three great minds, talking about the frustrations around nations, organisations and individuals clinging to assert control in a world, largely fluid and ever […]
As we grow older, learn more and generally gain more experience – we’d like to think we get smarter, but what if we are wrong? What if the more […]
This was the shocking insight I discovered recently when reading […]
“It is not the critic who counts; not the man […]
"Don't Aim at success - the more you aim at it and make it a target, the more you are going to miss it. for success, like happiness, cannot be pursued; it must ensue.. as the unintended side-effect of one's personal dedication to a course greater than oneself."
Victor Frankl, FromMan's Search for Meaning.