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“Putting the Horse Back in Front of the Cart” in Our Public Schools Requires Courage

Schools and school systems are scrambling to integrate social and emotional learning (“SEL”) into their curriculum, this is in addition to core academics — for many good reasons. < In my own participation in and observations of myriads of classrooms across a variety of public primary, middle, and high schools over the years, I’ve participated […]

Your Own Peak Performance Requires Your Own Regular Personal Respect — with Understanding

STEM* findings suggest that we each will operate at our personal best, with optimal sustainability, when we pro-actively and regularly invest in our own “mindful” peace of mind. < ☞ Taking personal responsibility for HOW < ☛ We invest, by building upon personal discovery < ☞ Personally training ourselves < Our actions will be further […]

Stakes for Success Today Keep Increasing. How Is Your Performance? And Peace of Mind?

Are you working too hard? Not hard enough? Too fast? Not fast enough? Right focus? What’s up? – I have been an adaptable and successful trailblazer most of my adult life in most of my chosen professional paths, all of them to address compelling human need. – In every case, my professional activities have kept […]

Peace of Mind for Peak Performance” (Part I)

Are You Focused on Making a Difference, with Sustainable Competitive Advantage? < If focused on making a difference with competitive advantage, you already focus, one way or another, on developing you and your team’s PEAK PERFORMANCE. < Am I right or wrong?  < < < For your PEAK PERFORMANCE, you would be wise to also […]

Is North America Facing a Crossroads for Transformative Societal Change?

The stressors and opportunities encountered by participants within the societal context of your business, and in which your company stakeholders operate, will effect your business performance. How would you like to improve your business productivity — at no out-of-pocket expense to your business — by enhancing your employees’ peace of mind and having a positive impact upon […]

In Reflection and Honor of the Late Nelson Mandela

We at Business Culture Solutions stop for a moment, in reflection and in honor of Nelson Mandela, former President of South Africa, who died this last week at the age of 95.   For many of us, Mr. Mandela represents “a brother,” almost a member of the family, in light of his long-standing commitment to […]

True & Lasting Success Today Requires Individual AND Group Performance. Ideas and Resources for Action (Part 1 of 2).

“True and lasting success” in our globalizing world can constructively be considered in terms of individuals’ satisfactions as members of groups, little and big, who are successfully making constructive differences that matter in our world.  No? Individual success has to do with personal health & well-being        relationships resources      meaning      conscientiousness  constructive […]

Business Leaders: How will you keep up amidst accelerating and ever-increasing competition?

Businesses face accelerating and ever-increasing competition today.   < Driving this increased competition are four key factors: < increasingly more effective technologies; more effective technological processes; more effectively engaged people; and the ability to more effectively respond to continuously evolving consumer expectations. This is not rocket science. < This is simply a function of successful […]