Unconventional Thinking

September, 2008

Everyone Hates Conrad Black……Except Conrad Black

Thursday, September 25th, 2008 by Mark

Black is a Canadian media mogul now behind bars after his conviction on charges of mail and wire fraud by US courts.
To the world he is rich, imperious, unethical: a walking, talking symbol of greed in the raw.
And he may be just that. The media hates him, many former employees hate him, shareholders [...]

Watching JFK, From A School Bus

Thursday, September 18th, 2008 by Mark

It was the late fall of 1960 and John Fitzgerald Kennedy was about to be anointed by the American people as President of the United States.
I was a kid on a school bus, too young and preoccupied with an out of control family, academia and a budding fascination with girls to care a whit about [...]

The Case Of The Two Bios

Thursday, September 11th, 2008 by Mark

Everyone we work with, everyone we befriend, everyone we love and trust, has two bios.
What do I mean by this?
When one of my sons arrived at college, he met a professor during his first week at school. The gentleman commenced the semester with an unusual classroom lecture, of sorts.
He posted a Power Point slide [...]

6 Techniques I’ve Used To Challenge Conventional Thinking

Thursday, September 4th, 2008 by Mark

by guest blogger Regis Hadiaris
Throughout his life, my Dad taught me that I truly could be whatever I decided to be. His confidence in me gave me the strength to believe in my ideas, challenge conventional thinking, and take risks.
Below are 6 techniques I

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