Most of our learnings are hiding in plain site in our past experiences.
What to ask when the inevitable chaos hits?
Empathy is about curiosity. It's about seeking to understand. It's about holding space.
Any variation of "I see you."
Seth Godin and my friends at altMBA taught me that imposter syndrome is a good thing.
What if it's a myth?
Too often we focus on the take.
(Because who better to talk 2020 than a guy who needs unbearably strong glasses in order to achieve that level of vision).
Have you ever sat in a windowless, stuffy, dimly lit meeting room?