"Our comforting conviction that the world makes sense rests on a secure foundation: our almost unlimited ability to ignore our ignorance." – Daniel Kahneman
My pay dropped significantly, and I had to learn to navigate the world of self-employment. It was scary – but exciting, too, because I was reshaping my career, and using a much wider range of experiences and skills
You can lump people into two distinct groups: those who set New Year resolutions, and those who don't. But, maybe there's a third way
"Data drives Amazon forward, many of the knock-on effects of its success are not ones that I would have chosen. Yet I keep giving Amazon full consent to use my data." - Jonathan Hancock
Big Data is seductive. It promises that if we know enough, our lives will be more efficient. Margaret Heffernan thinks differently.
How have you looked after yourself and others in emergency situations? And what have you learned in the process?
Here's what happened in Friday's #MTtalk Twitter chat – about knowing your own motives, and understanding how they're perceived by others
"Holding on is believing that there's only a past; letting go is knowing that there's a future." ― Daphne Rose Kingma, American author The Fear That Paralyzed Me There have been many times in my life when I've struggled to leave things behind. Some of my toughest decisions have been about changing jobs, and about […]
What makes a high performer? Is it hard work and commitment, or a more strategic application of effort? For Marc Effron, it's all of the above, but the second approach is the deal breaker. The subtitle of his new book, "8 Steps to High Performance," says it all: "Focus on What You Can Change (Ignore […]
Have you ever noticed how decisions are so much harder when you try to do the right thing and make an ethical decision, rather than focusing on what's easiest or most practical? This is mainly because "the right thing" means different things to different people. It's like carving jello. Priorities shift and the decision wobbles, […]