Occasionally, characters appear amongst us. We nearly always stop and drink in the scenes and story lines they create because of their very oddnesses. And we may even come to treasure these individuals because they help us see the world in useful and/or intriguing ways outside the boundaries of normality. Or we may not. We [...]
Here’s how the webzine’s article begins:
“The waters of our business practices are as bloody as ever. And bloody waters make for muddy waters, contributing to costly blunders, wasted motion, nonproductive expenditures and other dispiriting outcomes. How best to change this? Think like a dolphin, not a shark.”
You can read the entire commentary by LEAP!psych’s editor [...]
This will come as no secret to creative people. The more gifted ones amongst us learn early on that the “Aha!” (breakthrough moment or idea) is too frequent a companion to the “Ahhhaaaaaaaa” (the pause or moment of relaxation) to be accidental.
Lately, any number of published works have been calling our attention anew to the [...]
When used as a verb, “lurch” is usually defined something like this: “1. To stagger. 2. To roll or pitch suddenly or erratically.” When the word refers to an act, it refers to something that is observably opportunistic. That is to say, something that is, at minimum, seeking an edge, an advantage, an opening, a [...]
These are high-pressure times, especially if you are faced with a constant need to make quality LEAP!s, and few groups are feeling it more than today’s newly arrived freshmen classes on our college campuses.
John Pryor, director of UCLA’s Higher Education Research Institute’s Cooperative Institutional Research Program, told U.S. News and World Report that this year’s [...]