Archive for January, 2009

Nothing but the truth!

Do we know to praise ourselves, or we rather just magnify our shortcomings? Listen to this cute short story: The Dallas Morning News tells about Frank Szymansky, a Notre Dame (an American football team) center in the 1940’s, who had been called as a witness in a civil suit. “Are you on the Notre Dame [...]

The Missing Piece

My cousin, Sigal, sent to me this children’s story written by Shel Silverstin, which brings so much food for thought. Here is a shorten version of the story: It was missing a piece. And it was not happy. So it set off in search of the missing piece. And as it rolled, it sang a [...]

Humaneness in Business

This is the first day of 2009 and I would like to wish you a “Happy New Year” with a nice small story about humaneness in business, a combination that does not necessarily go hand in hand.  It is from a book written by Peter Morgan Cash that talks about tactics for success that are [...]