There is an old saying that whatever doesn’t kill us makes us stronger. This might not be literally true, but the message is important. In business and in life, adversity […]

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The current debate in Washington around the debt limit got me thinking…  There are many common sense lessons from business that our government should heed. Near the top of the […]

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Businesses across the country are seeing surges of demand. America is increasingly open for business, and businesses are hiring. Today’s tight labor market means that many businesses are looking for […]

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Life is short, and best lived when enjoyed.  For me, the pandemic was a reminder of this fact. There are no guarantees in life. And time spent worrying about the […]

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Is an engineering degree the right degree? What is the best job out of college? These kinds of questions have come up more often in my life as my kids […]

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The last few years have been turbulent. Even beyond the pandemic, our politics, culture, and economy are changing fast. While some people fear rapid change, I am convinced that our […]

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Business leaders have earned their stripes. We’ve honed our business judgement through years of experience and wins.  But exercising good judgement day-to-day requires more. It requires mental sharpness and vitality. […]

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As many companies officially return-to-work, organizations are finally rethinking stale conventional wisdom about how things get done. Should everybody return to the office? Should employees be able to work from […]

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Politics are very polarized these days, and unfortunately that is bleeding into the workplace. This can be a challenge, but it’s solvable with leadership. When faced with cultural battles at […]

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These days, I hear a lot of pessimism about the future. There are always valid reasons to worry, but I see even more reasons to be really excited. From across […]

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