Why settle for anything less?
After I've had an opportunity to reflect more calmly and carefully on the implications of the forthcoming Trump presidency for environmental, natural resource, and energy policy, I will return to this topic.
California can play a very important role by showing leadership -- in two key ways. One is to demonstrate a commitment to meaningful reductions in GHG emissions. In this regard, California has more than met the bar, with policies that are as aggressive as -- if not more aggressive than -- those of most countries.
I'm often facilitating a group class or meeting with a coaching client when the beautiful topic of "Time Management" comes up. It came up just last week: A group had the same set of questions and wanted answers.
There are a substantial number of issues that negotiators will eventually need to address, and likewise, there are a set of questions that researchers (including within the Harvard Project on Climate Agreements) can begin to address now.
The path from being a great technician -- someone who does a job extremely well -- to becoming a highly successful entrepreneur can be a rocky one.
Grand statements of the demise of email and one of its elemental aspects--the written word--have long been exaggerated. In
Some people think asking for help is a sign of weakness. Others believe if you want something done right, do it yourself. Reject these notions.
30 years of strategic, entrepreneurial business growth along with two brushes with death have earned him the tag "ResilienceGuy
Monotasking (aka the opposite of multitasking) is more than just a productivity hack. Writer and digital consultant Verena von Pfetten breaks down how to monotask in your daily life.