Developing honor will help to sustain you by not accepting mediocracy, shame and low self-esteem.
Posts Tagged: Wisdom
We don’t need to ignore the mess or abandon our agenda to change things for the better. But we won’t bring about positive change being the critic who stands on the sidelines and points out flaws without offering a better way.
Practicing humility and stepping into the skin of the other can help us eliminate blind spots and broaden our worldview.
Here, in honor of my father—and of fathers and mentors everywhere—is an annotated list of what Dad taught me about life, love, and work.
Amazing presentation by Andrew Zuckerman touching on so many great points, rather than try to list them, I’ll just point you to this video to see for yourself. Andrew Zuckerman from 99% on Vimeo. What did you take away from this video? originally posted on RoguePolymath blog
The Web and the Collective intelligence – How to use Collective Intelligence techniques to ensure that your web application can extract valuable data from its usage and deliver that value right back to the users. The Web and the Collective Intelligence – How to use Collective Intelligence techniques to ensure that your web application canRead… Read more »
The question of whether or not a college education pays has been rumbling on the sidelines of reform discussions for some years. It got a renewed kick in the rear this week when PayPal co-founder, Facebook investor and billionaire Peter Thiel offered 20 promising young people a $100,000 not to go to college and insteadRead… Read more »
Government and the private sector had a famous competion to see who could map the human genome. Now we have social media helping both with runnaway oil in the Gulf area. People are providing observations and also solution ideas for the crisis. For example, Gulfcoastspill.com has been setup to help. The site was developed withRead… Read more »
The Wisdom From Outside It’s always interesting to see how persuasion occurs. How do you convince someone of something they don’t believe in currently? I saw this growing up. I’d often have discussions with friends or family and I would try to make a point. “Really, Garth Brooks is the biggest selling artist of theRead… Read more »
I’ve been a political activist most of my life; researching the interaction between the Internet and social policy for a couple decades since I entered the computer field. So I’ve been trying to look beyond immediate tactical problems for fundamental dilemmas and decisions gov workers have to make. I’d love to get comments on thisRead… Read more »