When I’m studying patience, it kind of obvious to me that there are 2 types of patience generally: physical and psychological. Now, each type may also be optional or obligatory. Thus, lets look at 4 types of patience. Optional physical… Read More ›
A book by philanthropy expert Kathleen Kelly Janus which bases her research on the best practices of America’s most successful nonprofits. And she derives her compelling sections on ideas testing and experimenting from the funding models of innovators in the tech sector. She… Read More ›
“‘I want to read more’, that’s just stuff people says, just like ‘I would feed my kids organics”.
My book review on Eve Poole’s Capitalism’s Toxic Assumption, redefining next generation economics. Classical assumptions on competition, pricing mechanism, and other elements of capitalism find little support among modern theories of market economics. For example, game theory emphasized the importance… Read More ›
“When we activate optimal motivation for ourselves, we provide more than a role model – we create a ripple effect that encourages our people’s optimal motivation.” The carrot-and-stick approach to motivation might work in the short term, but most likely… Read More ›
One man’s escape from North Korea. An escapee shares the brutal, vivid details of his 36 years in North Korea. Masaji Ishikawa’s brutally vivid memoir of life in North Korea depicts sorrow, hunger, deprivation, cold and loss. This short and intense portrait which evokes the horrors… Read More ›
Actually put ourselves first, ahead of other people and things. Don’t accept the idea that we lack anything other people have. Don’t feel that we need to make an impression on other people.