Often we are so eager to get into problem-solving mode that we don’t know what problem we’re solving.
Sometimes you must stop looking at what’s not yet done, and appreciate where you are and how far you’ve come.
If only other people would take your advice, their life would be better. Or maybe not.
Breaking down the myth that’s an insult to teachers everywhere.
Not everyone will appreciate what you offer. Focus on the people who want what you provide, and let the others go.
Progress is the holy grail of any endeavor. We seek to chart it, measure it, and chase it around every corner. The problem is that we don’t know what it looks like.
The question about whether something is “worth” the investment of your resources doesn’t have an easy answer, because nothing is one-size-fits-all. Here are three factors to consider when deciding whether something is “worth it.”