I have observed a behaviour on social media (specifically, on Facebook) that should be worrying us: the Unfriend Me Now call-out. Not only is it silly and impractical, it’s self-limiting and potentially dangerous, too.
You and your outlook on life could inspire someone to stay strong and to have hope.
My second attempt at reading 20 books in a calendar year. I made 18, and here they are.
2018 was an incredibly tough year. Here’s what happened, in a nutshell, and some of the most important things I learned through it all.
To just know what and how to do things aren’t enough for our generation of leaders. We must also remember that it’s about the people we work with.
I set out to read 20 books in 2017. It was tough to find time, but I did it – and here they are.
Training hard for this trip, as well as the sights and sounds I experienced, gave me two massively valuable lessons for life.
As the saying goes, “we don’t know what we’ve got until it’s gone.” I experienced this in spades during this long hike.
There is an expectation, almost, that each and every trip and adventure will be documented and shared on social media. But should we?
This article is part of a five-article series, inspired by my trip to the Mt. Everest Base Camp. This episode explores what I believe is the most important trait of any team’s members, the “secret sauce” of a successful team: humility.