A volunteer, someone doing pro bono work, anyone offering free help, does not, in doing so, abrogate their professional responsibilities or conduct. I told a volunteer at a fund-raiser once that he was late and had caused us to be short-handed.
Someone asked me why I created Sentient Strategy® with such a "short-term" look at the future (12-18 months). Aside from what I think is the obvious—in this day and age it's foolhardy to believe you can intelligently organize for five
Our search for perfection is really an excuse not to risk our egos. We're not so much seeking a better result as trying to insulate ourselves from any critique, any chance of failure, any negative feedback. Innovation has nothing to do
This is an article by Marc A. Thiessen in the Washington Post earlier this month: https://www.aei.org/op-eds/santos-must-have-learned-from-biden-how-to-make-up-details-about-his-past/. In it, he details lies he claims Biden has told about his health history, family, educational background, Civil Rights arrests, and so forth. He also discussed
The Golden Globe Awards just make me cringe. That level of self-absorption should cause the entire proceedings to implode. You can measure "best" in terms of batting averages, or race finishes, most on-time arrivals, or least complaints. But in acting, or