Category Archives: Leadership

Time for baseball’s post season. Go, Cardinals!

At the beginning of this baseball season, with some St. Louis Cardinal fans concerned about the loss of Albert Pujols to the Los Angeles Angels, I said the Cardinals had a better chance of reaching post-season play than the Angels … Continue reading

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More about the evils of multitasking

I’ve written a couple of times about my belief that multitasking is neither efficient nor productive. You can see those posts here and here. I was glad last month to see another Phoenician, Jennifer Furrier, weigh in the subject. In … Continue reading

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Want to be successful? Stop being so confident!

I’ve always been skeptical of high-energy, believe-in-yourself pitchmen. I think that, maybe unintentionally, they lead people into believing that success depends on having a big ego. My take is that it’s a strong ego, not a big ego, that ultimately … Continue reading

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