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“I think it's on us to try to teach kids what excellence looks like and feels like,” –@kobebryant. Adults should give youth the tools to help them chase their dreams and "along the process they will learn what excellence looks like." https://t.co/rzOFhdkuJS #ProjectPlay pic.twitter.com/VD2clEahbi
— Aspen Inst Sports (@AspenInstSports) October 16, 2018
“That’s as good as I am in that moment and then I get to challenge it. Then I get to see, alright what else are you made of here?” Deena Kastor
This Olympian’s running career was completely changed thanks to one simple tweak pic.twitter.com/vP5FRaS5VB
— Women's Health (@WomensHealthMag) September 12, 2018
Charles Minard’s graph follows Napolean’s Grande Armee thru it’s march to (tan color) and back from (black color) Moscow. Napoleon who understood the ‘friction of war’ started the campaign with approximately 600,000 soldiers. The black line shows the severity of the forced retreat with 20,000 some of his initial 600,000 troops eventually making it back to France.
Which brings me back to thinking about General Lee at Gettysburg, with his Calvary commander Jeb Stewart’s location unknown, all culminating in Pickett’s Charge.
Graph source: Wikipedia
"Masculinity is about power. It is about the projection of power and the projection of strength. That projection is false, and it is killing us."
— Milken Institute (@MilkenInstitute) August 16, 2018
“It was in our strategical thinking, in the strategy of peace, that we made our mistakes. It was because our strategy was wrong that our tactics, whatever they were—and they were various—never worked out. And if now we do not develop a grand strategy of peace, we shall be wrong again—and we shall have another war.”
Richard Law, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, March 1942
KCL Grand Strategy @KCL_CGS Apr 12
— Security Studies (@KCLSecurity) December 15, 2017
Mr. Horowitz’s book, The Hard Thing About Hard Things, is available on Audible.com. Within this book are battlefield lessons on managing an organization during extremely turbulent market conditions.
“There’s another side of pain. It’s called effort. It’s called glory. It’s called if you can find a way to push through pain there’s something greater on the other side of it. And if you never tap into it, it’s because the first time you felt it you backed off.”
“Embrace it, change it, improve it, make your mark upon it.” Steve Jobs | Silicon Valley Historical Association
1. Have a great support team.
2. Have a malleable business plan.
3. Focus on KPIs (Key Performance Indicators).
4. Have fun with your BHAG (Big Harry Audacious Goal).
“You have to forget about everything else. Like I said, have that animalistic sort of approach…”
Positive thinking? ❌
Total numbness? ✅
— Red Bull UK (@RedBullUK) August 3, 2018
The Great Depression: Causes & Responses
1) Overspeculation of Stocks
2) Wage Stagnation
3) Gold Standard
4) Banking Practices
President Hoover’s Responses
1) Increased Tariffs (Smoot-Hawley)
2) “Liquidate Everything”