We Don’t Learn From History. We Learn From Experience.

We Don’t Learn From History. We Learn From Experience.

We don’t learn from history, but we should, according to various wise folks. But is this really true? My head learns from the study of history, but my heart and will learn from direct personal experience. Also known as the hard way. The leaders who are making history today probably act primarily on the basis of personal experience and consequent hard-way learning. Why

Those Who Do Not Learn From History Are Incredibly Valuable

Those Who Do Not Learn From History Are Incredibly Valuable

You have of course heard the saying that “Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it”. But history, it turns out, doesn’t repeat or even rhyme. What you learn from the past is applicable mostly to the past, should it ever return. Meanwhile, we desperately need leaders who look forward, not back, to learn. History-makers.

Is The “Great Reset” Being Reset — Maybe Even Greatly?

Is The “Great Reset” Being Reset — Maybe Even Greatly?

One of the realities of a large complex world is that actions, even the most well-intentioned ones, can have huge unintended and unforeseen consequences. The world works the way it wants, not the way we might hope or plan. The Great Reset may have many noble aims but it is beginning to appear that the world has other ideas. What does this mean for us folks who don’t run the world?