The day after delivering a keynote presentation, I received an email from Candice who kindly agreed to share her story. She wrote: Dear Dan, I was at the conference you spoke at yesterday; I have to say it inspired me. I wanted to take a moment to say, “Thank You!” I am data analyst within a federal organization […]
To have purpose in one’s work is to achieve what we might coin “workplace actualization”. You may be familiar with Abraham Maslow’s “Hierarchy of Needs,” where at the top of society’s (arguably) most famous triangle rests the level known as self-actualization. Maslow depicted the hierarchy of needs in 1943 in a paper titled, “A Theory […]
Aside from the intended irony of this post’s title, the recent onslaught of listicle articles across the web has become so dense, so frequent, so pervasive, I am beginning to think that in the near future one of the following catastrophic outcomes might actually come to fruition: No editor on any platform anywhere on the […]
Oxford Dictionaries defines the word stretch as follows: “To be made or be capable of being made longer or wider without tearing or breaking.” I can think of no better word to describe how we might go about future proofing ourselves for tomorrow’s workplace. Indeed, the authors of the new book, STRETCH: How To Future […]
The North is to South What sand is to beach. My life is my learning And that’s why I teach.