Preter-Natural Leadership In Century 21! By Andres Agostini (Andy) – Arlington, Virginia, USA and at www.AgostiniWorks.blogspot.com
Preter-Natural Leadership Success Tenets By Andres Agostini (Andy)
There were two big takeaways from last week’s Cornell Global Forum on Sustainable Enterprise. One was that Al Gore is a very busy man these days. The other is that […]
The so-called Instinct Diet attacks the two primary drivers of failure in dieting: deprivation and hunger.
Human hearing picks up only a limited range of frequencies, and that range diminishes as we age and our ears deteriorate—just think of the high-frequency cellphone rings that high school […]
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Retrofitting the United States with green energy infrastructure presents a multi-trillion dollar herculean challenge to the Obama administration, but one that heralds the renewal of scientific thinking at the national […]
Our world needs youth leaders in our communities now from ages 14-25. We need to harness their energy and ideas, give the tools effective leadership and then let them lead! Our leaders in the US congress, corporations, and non-profits need term limits to ensure that the torches of leadership pass smoothly. This will allow our elders to Think Big about new projects as the pass existing programs onto others.
Everything has become so very complicated these days. Complexity, if the leader is to be truly successful and sustainably successful in increasingly amorphous, re-adaptable, uncharted waters, he must understand complexity multidimensionally.
The astrophysicist says the President Obama understands the issues related to global warming or the energy crisis, but it wasn’t as bad as we think it was under Bush.
On Feb. 27, 09, Prof. Krugman in his NYT column stated that “ this budget looks very, very good”, that worries me!rnrn
Conor Clarke in the Atlantic’s business blog today, reports on Senator Benjamin Cardin’s plan to make it easy for newspapers to become nonprofits. But do we really want newspapers that […]
Despite obstacles, including an estimated $350 trillion price tag, a University of Arizona astronomer wants to save the earth from global warming by firing trillions of mirrors ito the stratosphere […]
Speaking today at the Munich Security Conference in Germany, Vice President Joe Biden told the world that the U.S. would no longer be a swaggering soloist throwing its muscle around […]
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner’s announcement yesterday of a non-plan of action on a new banking bailout invited not only immediate criticism, but also its first counter-proposal. Hot off the presses, […]
Former Goldman Sachs Vice-Chairman Robert Kaplan Tells Big Think ‘Big Firms Are Very Well Positioned’
Big Think spoke with Robert Kaplan, former vice-chairman of Goldman Sachs and current professor at Harvard Business School, about regulating hedge funds, the issue of bonuses, and why he’s happy […]
More bad climate news out of the journal Science—the Earth, as a whole, has been seeing less and less of the sun over the last 30 years. Maybe the global […]