Everyone talks about changing the world, but do these grandiose visions have any basis in reality or are they just the delusions of an increasingly narcissistic culture?
The president has a pervasive media presence that pushes his political agenda everywhere there’s a screen … in other words, everywhere.
Today’s popular leadership doctrine is all nonsense. If you want to become a great leader, start by building a successful business.
While Wall Street ponders how Apple can blow past a $700 billion market cap and keep growing, CEO Tim Cook remains focused on products, not numbers.
We’re sending our young up-and-comers mixed messages about entrepreneurship, failure, risk-taking and personal responsibility.
What can possibly be so hard about fixing a burger joint? It’s McDonald’s, not SpaceX.
Since launching its fabled Think Different campaign in 1997, Apple has taught us all the evils of groupthink, common wisdom and the status quo.
Contrary to academic research, there’s no such thing as collective intelligence, just extraordinary leaders and individuals doing great work together.
Saying Tesla will sell a few million cars in 2025 is where Musk leaves the land of far-fetched and arrives in crazy town.
Self-reliance, hard work and discipline lead to success. Everybody has an equal chance. So why do so many people still act like victims?