Ah yes, fall is here. The air is crisp, the leaves are turning, and school is back in session. But isn’t school always in session? Learning should be a never-ending process that takes place 7 days a week, 365 days of the year.
In case you missed them, here are last month’s highlights:
I interview the great LaRae Quy, who spent 23 years working as a counterintelligence agent for the FBI. This unique role helped her forge mental toughness, enabling her to survive environments of risk, uncertainty and deception. In other words, great advice for the workplace.
In addition to filling you in on the facts of the biggest automotive scandal in recent years, this piece also explains what tempted VW to go down such a wicked path in the first place.
Notice a recurring theme? The first article did so well, I went back to LaRae and asked her how to spot deception when it counts. Some of her answers might surprise you. (This was September’s most popular post, with almost 100,000 page views and ca. 4,000 shares.)
The very differing hiring practices of two popular entrepreneurs: Captain Virgin vs. “The nice guy” from Shark Tank. Which do you follow?
Personally, I feel this is the biggest step Apple has taken since their famous leader passed away four years ago. Agree? Read and decide for yourself.
“If we don’t hustle, we go hungry.” Check out my true story.
Thanks so much for reading. I hope you find something here that’s useful for your work and everyday life.