For many years now, I have been applying the clear lenses of hindsight to my foresight. This shift has allowed me to get the most of almost any situation so that future me looks back and appreciates even a bad experience.
Complicated problems often have multiple variables that behave in many different ways and at times, unpredictably. When we look for a silver bullet, we run the risk of investing significant sums of money in an unrealistic solution that will never deliver the expected returns. In this post I discuss a case in education where over $1 billion was spent on an silver bullet that did not work.
A couple of weeks ago I had a great conversation with a friend about finding the clarity to see new opportunities. Thinking back to when I made my decision to leave my corporate career, I really could not have ever imagined the journey that I have been on for the last four years. Although I […]