I've never understand why people want to be "in charge." They must think there's great status, or acclaim, or money. But it's responsibility, criticism, and working far more hours than one will ever be compensated for. That is, if the leader in power is doing things right. I suspect most who crave power are intent … Continue reading Power-hungry “toddlers” are trying to take over. Be a grown up and don’t let them.
I've created a list by which I gauge those in power: who I should run away from and who I'll trust for another week. (By the way, the purpose of the world is NOT to serve us; this is how every major conflict begins.) Now I won't be naive and pretend that in the past … Continue reading Three ways to evaluate those who hold political power: when to run away and when to give them another week
I've been trying to find examples where this isn't the case lately, but . . . nope. Perhaps the biggest threat to institutions are those folks who actually spend five minutes thinking about the issues. Most people just deliver a knee-jerk reaction (emphasis on the "jerk") concerning any issue--racing to protest, to complain, to … Continue reading Book 6 Teaser–The one thing those in power fear