Growth

Curiosity Turns Your Brain Into A Sponge (In A Good Way)

If you’ve ever had the pleasure of trying to spoon-feed a toddler, you know that you have to dress appropriately - it’s going to be a mess. Something resembling a hazard suit might be the most appropriate, with plastic spread across the floor in all directions. Please do not attempt this without a water hose at the ready.

The effort itself doesn’t sound all that tough: put content on transfer mechanism, convey to recipient who then chews and digests it. That is the idea, at least, and some of that banana-carrot-mango-sauce might actually make into the baby’s mouth.

A Mentor You Shall Have

How cool would it be to have your own personal Yoda to help guide you in ways of the business force? Someone who helps you do things you weren't sure were possible, and believes in your potential? I believe the benefits to individuals and to organizations are immediately obvious, yet too often I've been in mentoring programs that have come straight from the dark side – tormented with what could have been while hanging on for dear life before dropping into a dark abyss because of daddy issues.