Month: April 2018

Stoic’s Corner: Emotional Mindfulness

Following the principles of Stoicism doesn't meant you suppress or ignore emotions. It does mean that you examine their cause and experience them in non-harmful ways. The practice of Mindfulness is a big help in this endeavor.

Genetic Testing and Your Privacy

Recent data loss scandals have thrown data privacy into sharp focus. But have you thought about how much data you are sharing with personal genomics companies?

Channeling Your Inner Tyrion: Tips to Read a Room

You can learn an immense amount both from what is being said, and from what is not being said. Here are some tips to help you learn to read more than just the surface of a meeting.

The Risk in the Status Quo

When Societies or Companies fail to innovate out of a fear of the risks associated with innovation, they fall into irrelevance and perish.

Who Are Your Shareholders??

Maximizing Shareholder Value is a pillar of the modern business world. But what does it mean? And which shareholders you should be concerned with?