My first three hours in Six Sigma training were infuriating. The instructor was reading the text-dense slides…with pauses…and repeating portions of the text for “emphasis.” (I despise having slides read to me.) The whole premise seemed elementary. (I’m thinking, “I have a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology, and this is just the experimental method with different nomenclature!”) Three whole days of this! [Read more…] about When Leaders Should be Impatient
There are thousands of available diets. But many people pick one to try for a short time, only to quit soon after. Hundreds of thousands of businesses were started in 2015, but many of those have already closed their doors. And there are 144 professional sports teams within the five major sports, but only five champions. Of course, there is no perfect diet, or business, or sports team, but there are those who will put in the necessary work to win.
It’s probably weird but my favorite character in the Winnie the Pooh stories is Eyeore. I still remember this from the one of the books: [Read more…] about Dealing with Eyeore