Let’s be honest. The “X factor” as a talent-related concept is mostly total bunk. But the one small part of… Read more If the crazy never quits, the X never fades.
A month ago, I stumbled upon one of my all-time favorite presentations I’ve ever given, which was an overly honest… Read more Command-Z Is My Homeboy: Managing Failure Inside of the Enterprise
One thing I’ve never failed to do throughout my career was to hang on to the things, the behaviors that… Read more Keep on forgetting myself.
“Simple things should be simple, complex things should be possible.” ~Alan Kay
This is a repost from its original debut on Sabre.com announcing the launch of Sabre Labs earlier this year, and it’s… Read more In Pursuit of A Glorious Trainwreck.
All this trying leads up to the vital moment at which you turn to God and say, “You must do this. I can’t.” ~C.S. Lewis
I start this post with the blunt truth about most of our careers:Few of us, if any, spend our days saving lives, finding a cure to a rare disease, sending rockets into space, or anything else worthy of writing a new page in history. Instead, most …
I included a short excerpt reviewing Christensen’s theories on innovation recently… specifically why it is critical to frame the problem correctly, and added a little color commentary of my own in bold… on how not to go out like a corporate Pa…
“Failure should be our teacher, not our undertaker. Failure is delay, not defeat. It is a temporary detour, not a dead end. Failure is something we can avoid only by saying nothing, doing nothing and being nothing.” ~Denis Waitley