Monthly Archives: April 2016

Wasting less, could still waste yet less

on April 30, 2016 in Awareness, Freedom, Habits, Leadership, Nature

On January 27th I made a video about starting a new trash bag for my waste. I predicted I would take six months to fill it. With a guest staying over, we ended up filling it in just over four person-months. I think I can produce less waste, but I’m pleased with how I did so far. In no way did I feel constrained. On the contrary, I felt less[…] Keep reading →

Six Lessons I Learned at Lunch With the Best Leader in America

on April 29, 2016 in Education, Inc.com, Leadership, Relationships, Stories

My post on Inc.com today, “Six Lessons I Learned at Lunch With the Best Leader in America,” begins Six Lessons I Learned at Lunch With the Best Leader in America Experience trumps everything in leadership and she has more than you do. From the Girl Scouts to the White House. Is Alan Mulally, former CEO of Ford, whose stock price went up 18 times under his watch, a fair judge of good leadership? How[…] Keep reading →

Video: What a leadership course can deliver, part 3

on April 28, 2016 in Awareness, Education, Exercises, Freedom, Habits, Leadership, Nonjudgment

Here is an interview with a student who took my online leadership course, Isabeaux, an undergraduate at NYU who hadn’t taken an experiential course before, which initially threw her, before she came to find it led to more growth than she’d ever seen, despite going to an elite university. Reach your potential in business and life. My courses don’t take time from the rest of life. You work with people[…] Keep reading →

Like creativity? Like technology? In NYC? … Come to Creative Tech Week this weekend!

on April 27, 2016 in Art, Creativity, Entrepreneurship, Events

Creative Technology is transforming culture, design, and art with software, electronics and data. We are creating the premier nexus for creativity and technology worldwide. 9 Days, 100+ Events, 200+ Speakers, 200+ Partners, 25k+ Attendees. Creative Tech Week is a city-wide event week, with events going on in many different locations. Some are free, while others require a CTW Pass, and then others require additional registration or additional tickets. It’s organized[…] Keep reading →

America’s Best Leader Doesn’t Waste Time in Airports. Why Are You?

on April 26, 2016 in Inc.com, Leadership

My Inc.com article yesterday, “America’s Best Leader Doesn’t Waste Time in Airports. Why Are You?” began America’s Best Leader Doesn’t Waste Time in Airports. Why Are You? Business class and travel apps exist for a reason: because traveling is awful. If the most effective leaders can do more while traveling less then so can you. Ask someone at home about travel and they may think of the Eiffel Tower, but[…] Keep reading →

Video: What an entrepreneurship course can deliver, part 2

on April 25, 2016 in Education, Entrepreneurship, Models, Relationships

Here is an interview with a student who took my online entrepreneurship course, RJ, who is an undergraduate at NYU. Reach your potential in business and life. My courses don’t take time from the rest of life. You work with people in your life that you care about on projects that you care about without distracting from the rest of your work and life. Learn more about the course and[…] Keep reading →

Non-judgmental Ethics Sunday: Can a Young Woman Vote at Her Swing-State College?

on April 24, 2016 in Ethicist, Nonjudgment

Continuing my series of alternative responses to the New York Times column, The Ethicist, looking at the consequences of one’s actions instead of imposing values on others, here is my take on today’s post, “Can a Young Woman Vote at Her Swing-State College?” Our daughter just celebrated her 18th birthday and is excited about being able to vote. She is active politically and has strong opinions about many social and[…] Keep reading →