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One of the Best Speeches Ever : "A Time for Choosing"

1 Mar 2020 3 minute read 0 comments Jaemoney

Introduction Icant exactly remember how I came across this specific speech by Ronald Reagan. After all, I’m an Indian in South Africa with libertarian tendencies with absolutely nothing in common with the guy. Yet, somehow I came across it, and now i...

9 manager sins - why do they leave? - part 1/9

23 Feb 2020 2 minute read 0 comments TipOfaTongue

          It’s pretty terrible how often you hear managers complaining about their employeesleaving, and they really do have something to complain about—few things are as costly anddisruptive as good people leaving out the door with their knowledge....

Perform the Right Feelings for Your Purpose

17 Feb 2020 1 minute read 0 comments jxgrefe

Always provocative, Dr. Lee Thayer writes: "Leaders are never victims of their own feelings. They perform the feelings called for by the situation."  What this could mean to us is the following:  Leaders are those people who understand the importa...

Creating a Golden Path Document for New Employees

16 Feb 2020 3 minute read 1 comment Seperot

A golden path document is the best way for new starters to come in strong and help those that come after them What is a golden path document A Golden path, when talking about software is the ideal route for a user to take. In the case of a shopping...

How You Think

13 Feb 2020 1 minute read 7 comments jxgrefe

Communication scholar and Leadership expert Lee Thayer once wrote, "How you think makes you into the person you are forever becoming." And for most of us, this is how it begins and how it flows. As James Allen once similarly quipped, "As he thinks, s...

The inner explosion

11 Oct 2019 1 minute read 0 comments KiBLS

The inner explosion My vibration increases when I write. On this way I ignite my inner light! Its able to glow like a bright star. And many can recognize it from afar! The consciousness changes its state. And I am not longer afraid. I am pure light a...

Receiving the 2019 ADA Award for Outstanding Leadership

11 Oct 2019 1 minute read 5 comments Matthew Rosenquist

I am truly grateful for being recognized with a 2019 ADA award for Outstanding Leadership in Protecting People’s Information.  Bestowed during the Cybersecurity Symposium for Smart Cities 2019, where a tremendous community came together to discuss t...

The leading

16 Sep 2019 1 minute read 0 comments KiBLS

The leading The journey begins with the first step. Go, I will accompany you a bit. I'll show you the right way, it leads along a narrow footbridge. Do you trust me that I'll protect you? In problems and suffering be always a profit to you. Stride on...

Decentralized governance in cryptocurrency communities: The PascalCoin model.

4 Jun 2019 5 minute read 3 comments Dzoelx

Decentralized and Open source are arguably the most popular words in blockchain technology and cryptocurrency, but unfortunately, they are in fact an illusion in many blockchain and cryptocurrency projects, not only in the technology itself but also...

Is Intel's Employee Retention Hotline Hiding a Bigger Problem

24 May 2019 1 minute read 0 comments Matthew Rosenquist

Intel's hotline to retain unhappy workers is a great resource, but conceals the bigger systemic problem.  CNN reported on Intel's anonymous hotline to help unhappy workers.  It is a reactive diving-catch approach to retain people when they have suff...