Sit at the Table
A FEW YEARS AGO, I hosted a meeting for Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner at Facebook. We invited
fifteen executives from across Silicon Valley for breakfast and a discussion about the economy.
Secretary Geithner arrived with four members
The Ethical Mind
IN WHAT KIND or A WORLD would we like to live ifwe knew
neither our-standing nor our resources in advance? Speaking for my
selfbut, I trust, not only for myselfI would like to live in a world
characterized by good work: work that
Why Are Hundreds of Harvard Students
Studying Ancient Chinese Philosophy?
The professor who teachesClassical Chinese Ethical and Political Theory
claims, "This course will change your life."
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OCT 8, 2013
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grish and now Soviet spheres of inuence. Reza Shah forbade traditional
ress for Muslim and even Christian and jewish communities ordering
Yiem-style clothing to be worn. Turbans were banned as were veils and
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else, and plop them in a ROWE or an environment of undiluted autonomy, theyll
struggle. Organizations must provide, as Richard Ryan puts it, scaffolding to help
every employee find his footing to make the transition.
Whats more, different individuals will
- 8 from The Personal LifeDeeply Lived
fulllment in writing and a certain art in writing is necessarily a person
with unusual gifts. I always said that it was an unusual stubbornness.
Nothing prevented me from doing it every night, after every days hap-
The New York Times
By Russian Standards, Melania Trump
Would Be a Plagiarism Amateur
By NEIL MacFARQUHARJULY 22, 2016
Melania Trump at the Republican National Convention. Her speech led to talk of plagiarism,
which is said to be commonplace in Russia. C
Excerpts from the Tao Te Ching, translated by Stephen Mitchell (1988)
Act without doing;
work without effort.
Think of the small as large
and the few as many.
Confront the difficult
while it is still easy;
accomplish the great task
by a series of small