Monthly Archives: January 2013

Zen Shorts on Business

As I put my son to bed last night, he asked me to read a favorite book, Zen Shorts. It’s a beautiful tale of three siblings, who encounter a panda bear named Stillwater; he shares with them three stories that convey … Continue reading »

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Letting the Universe Guide Your Way

What if you let go and let the voices in your head speak? What if, instead of trying to steer the ship, you let the current of the sea beneath you take you where you need to go? What if … Continue reading »

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President Lincoln as the Consummate Business Leader

“Even before Lincoln the movie came along, there was a certain cult of leadership surrounding the 16th president.” – New York Times, January 27, 2013 Indeed, President Lincoln will always hold an illustrious place in history as a leader who took daring steps … Continue reading »

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Snow Day

In the dark house, the little one ran from room to room, waking up his siblings to let them know there is no school today. The ultimate oxymoron – no school, so wake up early. But that’s the way with … Continue reading »

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The Sadness of the Pantsuit

I’ve never liked women’s pantsuits. A feminist to the core, I don’t believe women should be always in skirts with high, frilly necklines. But I also believe we don’t have to mimic men to achieve equality. Last weekend, on the … Continue reading »

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