Designing Leadership Skills for the 21st Century
Our Transition Recession: Part Two
Unlike the Boomers, who represent the last economic vestiges of World War II, Salam's America post 2020 or so, will move quickly, where the slow to change will feel left behind in a digital dust storm. If and when the dust settles, the digital refugees will live like orphans in a place where there are no parents to care for them. In fact, no one will care about them! If you have grown up sheltered from life and unwilling to engage it, you are screwed! We are not talking about Darwinism at play with lives, but about something more powerful, exacting and unforgiving.
Fading From Retiring to Retired America: Tired Blood, Spent Imaginations and New Frontiers
America needs to decide if it wants to retire or rejuvenate itself? I vote for rejuvenation. But, only the youth and the young at heart and mind will succeed in making that happen in one generation. The retiring crowd must organize itself to support a continually reenergizing America, or regress to support becalming America while seeking a land where the past is more relevant than the future. Look around to see who is tired of working and living for today and tomorrow; plus, who are disengaged from imagining the future and helping build it. This is the first of several entries to discuss tomorrow: the future created before we Baby-boomers fade away.
Micromanaging and Its Future
Life In A Non-Common Sense World
The concept of Common Sense in the 21st century is a tool for parading people away from independent thinking, critical thought and taking responsibility for their own decisions. It is not to be confused with doctrines of religious beliefs. Instead, it is a voluntary reaction to having group expectations imposed on an individual's way of thinking. It feeds minds which live well on ignorance and The FEARS.
Linchpin by Seth Godin, A book review
In Linchpin a careful and methodical reader can find thoughts worth rereading over the course of years.
What does our Transition Recession Look Like, Part One?
The American Transition Recession began at the beginning of the 21st Century. Two very important questions must be asked: Are our next generation of leaders prepared to not only confront the economic and social traumas evolving as they grow up? And, are they studying to know how to think wisely, critically, and unselfishly? As a […]