When you can’t have something, when it’s not going to work out for you, find a way to not want it.
Dan Savage: I've often felt it’s very empowering to acknowledge what you don’t know.
When you work from a higher purpose you unleash greater degrees of commitment, greater degrees of loyalty and greater creativity in the workplace and that gives competitive advantage.
If someone is drowning, that’s not a time you can teach them to swim.
We can train people how to get control of resources like money or to recruit and build teams, or to structure sensible strategies.
I think we all need a fear toolkit that helps us navigate the fear in our lives.
Susan Barry: It’s a good idea to see a developmental optometrist and determine whether or not binocular vision issues are impacting your child’s ability to read.
We humans are those simple individual life forms that are beginning to bring technology into our bodies, whether it’s the cell phone or eventually brain/computer interface.
Jeff Jarvis: If the government cut off someone’s connection to the Internet they have violated their human rights.
God doesn’t answer back. That’s the problem. Humans can.
In order to put the right economic policies in place, we need a generally well-educated public who understand the value of these policies in the first place.
Love may be there most of the time but that acceptance always takes time.
In this century there are four billion people around the world who now have the possibility of enjoying the benefits of business.
Robert Pinsky: I think skepticism toward things like titles, good reviews, what the world calls distinctions, recognitions, can become mechanical, but it’s a good armor too.
Many, many ideas have come out of basic science over the centuries that initially seemed like idle curiosities.