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How to avoid information obesity

One of the conditions that hampers executive performance is information obesity. Information obesity is the condition of mental clutter consisting of too much undigested, unrelated, and unindexed information in one’s mind. There is more media and information available on our smartphones than we could digest in multiple lifetimes. It is an endless buffet, so we […]

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How is Your Leadership?

Are you clear about what you stand for as a leader? And, are you ready to stand up for it? This short TED video: “How I stopped the Taliban from shutting down my school” epitomizes leadership. I believe it will open your eyes to what is possible with true leadership, and inspire you to think […]

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Education Changes Everything

I went to a public school in Brooklyn, New York, P.S. 92, from kindergarten through the middle of second grade. The school, which was decrepit then (over 50 years ago), is still there and is still serving the neighborhood. It was a bit (actually, very) rough, and I was a very shy child. One of […]

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Thinking of Two Mentors Today

Since I was a young boy, photography has been my main artistic medium. Yesterday, while taking pictures of horses in our neighborhood, I thought of two of my photography mentors. Great mentors inspire and create personal and professional growth. Through their genius and teachings, each of these living treasures I learned from changed the way […]

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