The best way to predict the future is to create it.
“Seize tomorrow” is the simple definition. However, the message and meaning are much more important than that. The fact is that each of us has only one future. It is ours to define and design.
In lieu of just spending time – invest wisely. Create your future as you want it to be. Carpe Mañana!
It was more than a banquet; it was an event – it was a celebration of a life of power and control. It was the annual Dinosaur of the Year program. The table setting was exquisite, the food exceptional, and pomp and circumstance was to be expected. Excitement gripped the air. The emcee began his introduction.
As his comments filled the room, the audience collectively shook their heads. The winner was obvious. The speaker’s superlatives could only be describing one individual. The audience waited in polite anticipation, as the introduction reinforced what all attendees already knew.
Your organization's marketing program should answer five key questions.
Life is a Circle — Marketing is about Life!
At age 4, success is not peeing in your pants.
At age 12, success is having friends.
At age 16, success is having a driver's license.
At age 20, success is having sex.
At age 35, success is having money.
At age 50, success is having money.
At age 60, success is having sex.
At age 70, success is having a driver's license.
At age 80, success is having friends.
At age 90, success is not peeing in your pants.
As a young boy I wanted a horse. More than anything else in this world, I wanted a horse. In my fantasy world, I would be Roy Rogers on Trigger, a jockey aboard Man of War, or a pioneer driving a covered wagon on the Oregon Trail.
I got my wish. (Watch what you pray for!) Suddenly my fantasy world ran head long into my new reality. My horse, Sham, was a beautiful animal. He was young, spirited, and IMPOSSIBLE TO RIDE.
Preface: This is the eight (and final) in a series of eight articles on issues of importance to the management of organizations and the leadership of people. The first article created a Management “Jambalaya” using various ingredients - “leftover” ideas that still have application in the world of people and work. The articles that follow will use the same series of ingredients and a “fresh” approach to create an entrée – nutritious food for thought.