Tuesday Report

How to Change Your Mind About Yourself

You could say life begins for everyone as a negative experience.   Don’t agree with that?  As evidence I would say nobody ever told you their  newborn baby kept them up all night laughing. If life were a poker game, I would argue that the deck

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When Good Teams Go Bad–What Do You Do When Trust Is Gone?

As in the iconic 1972 movie, The Godfather, you remember the beginning wedding scene.  Everyone is happy and dancing at Don Corleone’s daughter’s wedding.  The congressman is present.  The priest is waiting to do the ceremony.  Don Corleone’s associates come to his office to kiss the

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How to Inspire SOMEONE to do ANYTHING

If you want to use the most powerful tool available to get things done, use the power of inspiration.  It is the one tool available to convince someone to do anything—that’s worth doingInspiration as a way to persuade people to get things done has fallen

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Would you Move to Finland to be HAPPY?

What is happiness worth to you?  What would you do to assure it? I always like to read the list of the happiest places in the world.  It always amazes me that Finland comes up at the top of the list as the happiest country

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Changing Out The Aircraft Engine in Mid-flight

Can you really change out an aircraft engine in midair?  Probably not.  But wait 20 years for the coming of advanced 3D printers.  That will make it possible to print out failing airplane parts on the spot and replace them in flight.  Changing the engine

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How to Succeed: Think Like an Owner

Owning the Outcome, Not Just the Process How could someone see a world awash in sickness and death in the Covid pandemic and take ownership of discovering how to save it?  Who could own saving a planet and doing it in a year? The global

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What I’ve Learned from the Great Freeze of 2021

It’s been a Century since it was this cold in Texas. It’s really difficult in today’s disjunctive world to have something we all share in common;  more typically everyone is looking down, staring at their cell phones at something different from each other. . . .

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