This just in: blogs do not contribute to value creation. So I've just recently heard on an otherwise very constructive conference call. Apparently - from a corporate culture perspective - by attempting to create cultural commentary on topical issues relevant to everyday humans, one essentially cheapens the value of their intellectual capital. Therefore, spending 30 … Continue reading This Is My Lunch Break: The Perceived Non-Value Of Blogging
I do a lot of work / pay a lot of attention to youth culture and the sociocultural realities of young adults on a global as well as "local" US) level. I have observed / written / advised clients on the life-stages of Gen Y young adults (there are 3 in the U.S., BTW) as … Continue reading How Do You Know When You Have Become An Adult?
Two days ago, one of the authors and thought leaders I hold in highest esteem passed: Stephen Covey. For those who don't know, he wrote The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. http://www.betterworldbooks.com/The-7-Habits-of-Highly-Effective-People-H0.aspx?SearchTerm=The+7+Habits+of+Highly+Effective+People For me, this was not just another book on my extensive reading list but a guiding philosophy and meditation that changed my … Continue reading Beginning With The End In Mind: The Stephen Covey Legacy