Tag: success

Disney Castle

Be “Show-Ready” and “Optimize the Mundane” with Alumni

Here’s what a trip to Disney World taught me about delivering an exceptional level of service to alumni and donors.

balance

Why I Now Use the Term “Balance” Instead of “Work-Life Balance”

Life is one indivisible whole, and to fragment it into discrete categories introduces a kind of needless schizophrenia. Instead of seeing work as this thing that is somehow at odds with everything else, we need to see what role it could/should play in enhancing all the other areas of life, so as to foster greater levels of happiness and fulfilment.

letting go

Giving Up vs. Letting Go

We give up on things when we stop caring about them. Letting go, however, does not mean one does not care, but rather that one accepts the situation and works to clear the way for something better.

light bulb

Failure is an Option

No one likes to fail, but stepping outside of our comfort zones and allowing ourselves to screw up is necessary for achieving great success.