Taking advantage of the cold, rainy day yesterday in New York, I stayed inside and read Derek Lidow’s Startup Leadership: How Savvy Entrepreneurs Turn their Ideas Into Successful Enterprises. I read a ton of business books and this is probably
It is a uniquely humbling experience not being able to communicate with anyone around you. Even the most trivial transactions become anxiety-producing challenges – for instance, asking for directions, paying a toll, or refueling your car at a gas station.
If Mad Men has taught one thing, it’s that the corporate offices of the 1960’s and 1970’s look very different from the offices of today. Assuming the depiction is accurate (and I trust that it is, since everything on TV
I hate zero sum games (situations where my gain is dependent on the loss of someone else). A good example of a zero sum game is poker, where every dollar you win is a dollar that someone else has lost.