Building Your Daily Schedule: Are You A Maker, Manager, Or Both?
“What we can learn from reading about the schedules of people we admire is not what time to set our alarms or how many cups of coffee to drink, but that different types of work require different types of schedules.”
Failure Is Learning: Eminent Education Leader Shares Resume Of Failures
“Why note failures? Because successes in life, however defined, are built on failures that often go unnoted. The common pattern in talking or writing about a career is to deny or cover up failures. Carefully prepared resumes are silent on mishaps. The point is that everyone’s career is marked by failures but in our competitive, highly individualistic culture, talking about failure is like talking about body odor. Not done. Failure means you are a loser in a society that praises winners. So here I want to recount my career failures to make clear that chasing success in one’s life is anchored in confronting repeated failures.”