My youngest daughter wanted some soup this past weekend. The past few times I’ve made her soup, she’s eaten half the bowl. The rest — those slimy left-over noodles and veggies — are dumped into the trash. So, I only gave her half a bowl of soup this time.
“I’m not sure anyone has a calling.” — Seth Godin Years ago, in reading the late Thomas Stanley‘s best-seller, The Millionaire Mind, I was surprised to learn that when most millionaire’s found the thing — job, business, etc. — that made them a millionaire, it wasn’t love at first site. In fact, many didn’t have a “passion” […]
Ever wondered why Steve Jobs was so hard on those who worked for him? Listen to him tell this story from his childhood:
Each time you pick up your phone, tablet or laptop to search the internet for something, you’re wanting to do one of four things: Know something Go somewhere Do something Buy something If folks are coming to your website to KNOW something, then teach them.
Myopia describes nearsightedness. It also communicates a lack of imagination, foresight or intellectual insight. Myopia is alive and well in today’s organizations, from enterprises to entrepreneurial startups to nonprofits. I see it on home pages. In marketing messages and sales pitches. And I hear it when I talk with executives. You can boil organizational myopia down […]