Tag Archives: Aldous Huxley

The Joy and Value of Diversity and Inclusion

John Dewey wrote: “We do not learn from experience… we learn from reflecting on experience.” Last July 2019, our weekly Three Minute Leadership note spoke of “The Joy and Great Value of Seeing Things Differently.” Today’s world is providing extraordinary … Continue reading

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The Joy and Great Value of Seeing Things Differently

Everyone has a beautiful uniqueness in their gifts and view of life. We are all wonderfully different in our own individuality, in how we see the world, understand ideas, perceive realities and relate to people. There is richness and abundance … Continue reading

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A Chance to Show How Badly We Want Something

In his book, The Last Lecture, Randy Pausch, spoke about the power of passion, focus and perseverance say: “The brick walls are there for a reason. The brick walls are not there to keep us out. The brick walls are there to … Continue reading

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You Are Your Own Brave New World

In his 1932 novel, Brave New World, Aldous Huxley evoked a futuristic world that is as machine-efficient, carefree, and comfortable as it is cold and empty of the meaningful values we cherish today. The complacent populace of Huxley’s “new world” lived … Continue reading

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