Monthly Archives: March 2012

Contrasting Career Tips & Tricks for the New Economy

Earlier this week I had the opportunity to speak to a class of soon-to-be-graduating engineers on business basics – corporate forms, organizational structures, basic debt & equity financing, etc. – to help them get on their feet more quickly in … Continue reading

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Wanna get fit? Do the math!

Unless you’re “naturally thin” (if any such people truly exist), getting and staying fit has to be one of the most difficult components of your life. Yes, fitness is a “component” – a fundamental part of your well-being. Unfortunately, unlike … Continue reading

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Sustainability as Evidence of the (a) Culture

CEO’s talk about culture incessantly. Why? It’s in the CEO manual! (Just kidding, there isn’t one, wish there was, probably would have helped me a lot along the way). Seriously, why do leaders and especially CEO-types care about culture? And what … Continue reading

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Why Bother With Fitness? To Be a More Effective Leader

You cannot live a day of your life in America without being bombarded by articles, “studies,” podcasts, commercials and other media vehicles either extolling you to get in shape, lose weight, try this diet or that one, take this supplement, … Continue reading

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