I’ve previously blogged about how airplanes take off against the wind. It seems counterintuitive … you would expect that it would be easier if the wind were coming from behind the aircraft, giving it a push. Yet in reality, it
Dealing with adversity is a subject that I often address in my blog posts. Two that come to mind right away are A mental approach to coping with irritants and An ageless folktale about dealing with adversity. Here is yet
Our work lives are filled with irritants – demanding or difficult people, unreasonable deadlines, overwhelming workloads – and it’s exactly these moments when we have to reach deep within ourselves to find ways to cope with these aggravations. At times
Several years ago, while at several speaking engagements in China, one of my participants showed me how words in Mandarin Chinese are often combinations of several characters that also have independent meanings. An example in English would be the word
Did you know that airplanes take off against the wind? It seems counterintuitive … you would expect that it would be easier if the wind were coming from behind the aircraft, giving it a push. Yet in reality, it is
Good leadership means that sometimes you have to make tough decisions. A residential boarding school in India is faced with a dilemma in a tragic situation.