Which side of the bed did I get out of first this morning? Will this be a good day or bad day? Is this a good world or bad world? My answers vacillate...
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Companies can never remain static and they should always follow the advice of Lewis Carroll's Red Queen to never stop running.
When you are open to serendipitous experiences you are more likely to have click moments, enabling you to pivot more than once into new, more successful directions.
In Matt Ridley's latest book, The Rational Optimist, he invites us to adopt a positive view of the world, human capacity, and global trade.
When it comes to telling us how to relate to some of our biggest global challenges, I wonder if the most spiritually enlightened among us might be missing the boat right now.
I teamed up with the well-known developmental psychologist David S. Moore to list eight facts about genes, twin studies and the heritability statistic that may come as a surprise to many people, even biologists!
When I was a student, in the 1970s, the world was coming to an end. The adults told me so.
Despite the relative gloom and doom brought about by the 2008 recession, and the recent downturn of the market and the meltdown and bailout of Greece,...
As a free market ideologue, Matt Ridley should embrace the death of a bad idea -- it is natures way of saying "sorry buddy, you're wrong."
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