Monthly Archives: October 2016

Efficiency Doesn’t Always Pay Off

“If you never see a homeless person or a trailer park, it’s easier to forget they exist.” To me, this idea seemed ludicrous. In Denver, I see people holding signs, begging for money and food at every other corner. But … Continue reading

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What Happened to an “A for Effort?”

These days, there is endless talk of evaluation, impact and outcomes. But the Harvard Business Journal article entitled, “What We Miss When We Judge a Decision by the Outcome,” really made me think about the intent. The article points out … Continue reading

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Figure Out Your Own Work Ethic

I’m proud to be part of Generation X. We’re typically defined as individualistic, self-reliant, and entrepreneurial. We’re goal-oriented, philanthropic. We’re gritty. We’re skeptical and resourceful. We say we value work-life balance, but we work our butts off. One day, the … Continue reading

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