Tim Askew: “For me George VI’s story is a tale that informs and inspires me in my own attempts to lead my company, Corporate Rain, from my own flawed foundation that is the heritage of being human. …The quality of effective entrepreneurial leadership that I most admire combines a practical modesty with a frontiersman’s ability to step fearlessly into the unknown. Perhaps entrepreneurship is truly the last frontier, now that all physical frontiers have been explored and conquered.”
Instead of fear, his delusions bring him cheer. His psychiatrist embraces them.
A new generation of leaders is forging a path for 21st-century capitalism that’s both profitable and socially responsible.
When ancient humans stared into the darkness, they imagined monsters. Today, staring into the future, AI is the monster.
The sooner you can admit what’s swimming beneath the surface, the sooner you can improve your life.
The other evening I was asked onto a radio programme in order to criticise the international community for being slow, or downright useless, in responding to the Libyan uprising. What […]