Noun. An underlying and often distinct theme in a piece of writing or conversation. I first learned about subtext, when… Read more Subtext
This is one of Amazon’s Leadership Principles. It’s also one of the leadership principles that I didn’t connect with when… Read more Disagree and Commit
You are more than your job. But you are the way you do your job. Even if you’re in a… Read more You Are More Than Your Job
The tricky part of complaining is that subtextually we’re admitting defeat. We’re admitting that we can’t do anything about the… Read more The Power of Complaining
The frustration comes when we try to have others abide by our time, our schedule, our pace. Because for most… Read more Our Time. Their Time.
In many areas of our lives we are stuck at a certain point of development. If we were to look… Read more Stunted
I’ve often wondered why the people who are the most productive tend to be those who carry around notepads and… Read more The Power of Taking Notes
The way you make an impression isn’t by doing things that are expected, it’s by do things that are unexpected.… Read more Making an Impression
People can surprise you, if you let them. If you give them the opportunity to. If you give them the… Read more Building Room for Surprises
As a job applicant, we usually know why we want a particular job. Even if we can’t articulate it to… Read more Why Should I Hire You?