Posts

Showing posts from March, 2011

Those who constantly look for faults, will always find disappointment

This went through so many re-writes. at one time it was
 "Is is any wonder that those who look for faults all the time find bitterness and disappointment?" which was not bad but I think the one I finally chose was best. Or the more  convoluted

"Bitterness is the treasure that one finds when looking for faults"

Leaders must understand the thin line between sounding ambiguous and sounding blur

Was "CEOs must understand the thin line between sounding ambiguous and
sounding blur" for all the efforts to squeeze in too many buzzwords in
product launch speeches but after one too many political rhetoric
trying to mask ideology as logic, they deserve it too.