Innovate or Die?
Did you know your education was based around making you a good worker in the Industrial Age? It’s true. You were taught to sit still, listen and follow directions. You were taught to show up on time for your job as a productive member of an industrialized economy. You were intended for attendance-based compensation. You were prepped for physical or technical output from which you would retire after having been a company man for forty years. Yet, you’ve probably had several d
Be generous with your words.
“Most of us think wonderful things about people, but they never know it. Too many of us tend to be tight-fisted with our praise. It’s of no value if all you do is think it; it becomes valuable when you impart it.” John Maxwell Have you ever withheld a compliment from someone deserving of one? A study published in Journal of Contemporary Ethnography reports that we withhold flattery for a number of reasons. 1. We are envious of the individual’s accomplishment. 2. We believe ou