Nothing like a massive line at the beginning of a long day!
Think you can please everyone? Uhhhhh…no. You can’t. But you can choose who you are willing to offend. Not only can you choose, but wisdom is in the choosing. If you don’t choose, it still happens. It just won’t be
Too close. Lakers pull it out!
One of my core assumptions about life is that there is no problem-free. Every idea or "solution" comes with its own unique problem set. You can’t choose problem-free. All you can do is choose the set of problems you’d rather
I don’t know about you, but it’s really bothered me that some have used alarmist headlines to mislead people about Willow’s direction. Want the truth…from the horse’s mouth? Here’s Bill Hybels’ take: Hybels’ Interview. Thanks to Todd over at MMI
In case you’re wondering…C3PO is still in business.
Very powerful last night at Yorba Linda Friends. This painting was begun and finished while we sang. Very cool to watch.
I linked to a great interview that Lisa Haneberg did with Michael Kanazawa a couple weeks back. Kanazawa is the co-author of Big Ideas to Big Results: Remake and Recharge Your Company, Fast. One chapter in… I can already tell
Heard a GREAT podcast by C.K. Prahalad today, courtesy of American Management Association. Plenty of great stuff…available by podcast…you can check it out right here. Here’s a great quote that I picked out of a longer quote on innovation: We
It may be a sickness…but sometimes I come across ideas that are just so prophetic I have to share them. This morning was one of those times. Working my way through Competing for the Future (published in 1994) by Gary