When the Paris attacks hit—the one that wiped out 130 people and injured more than 350—I read a powerful article. It said: Stop asking kids what they want to be when they grow up. Ask them what problems they’d like to solve. Genius. And timely, I thought. Asking kids what problems they’d like to solve helps remove the narrow expectation… Continue reading Reflections: Paris, Terror, Solutions
Instead of assuming that all things in life must be achieved through “hard work,” perhaps we imagine for a moment that the work can be easy, is easy, has always been easy.