It used to be that success was a worthy goal. We wanted to be seen as successful, to have others say at the end of our lives that we had lived a successful life. Those days seem to be coming to an end. Much is being made about the need for a shift from success to significance as an indicator of a quality person and a good life.
Fooled by jargon?
How can you tell when you are being jargonized? Jargon is technical language used within specific disciplines that becomes overused and then virtually meaningless. This is particularly true in the pragmatic business world of managers and executives looking for that next technical fix that is the game changer used by […]
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