Success rarely comes overnight—or from just one person

October 26, 2015 2 COMMENTS

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We live in a world of “What have you done for me lately?” And when we say “lately,” we mean today or this week. Our society suffers from an acute case of instant gratificationitis. Wall Street wants to see a return on its investment—now! It’s not necessarily concerned about seeing a company being built for the long haul. I bought the stock yesterday; what’s it worth today? Sports fans want to see their team win now. It doesn’t matter if the coach inherited a team with a losing record in desperate need of an overhaul—can you win today? It’s the only thing that matters to impatient fans.

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Spieth’s Masters win shows what young minds can bring to the workplace

April 13, 2015 1 COMMENTS

So close! Close-up of driver and golf ball laying on green grass near the holeby Dan Oswald

I’m not a golfer, nor do I tend to watch golf on television, but I am aware that over the weekend, Jordan Spieth won the Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Georgia. And with his victory came news of many of his other notable accomplishments: read more…