This could be useful:
Building the right type of organizational culture requires the right people that will instill the right type of behaviors, practices, and thus, productivity.
via another Guest Post on Media Temple:
The last thing that any tool or technological advancement should do is spend more time than is absolutely critical and necessary. At the same time, it is your responsibility to ensure that you’ve chosen the best tools and utilities for the job.
Read the full post here.
Finding the right “fit” for culture is hard and it’s not a perfect science by any stretch of the imagination. In fact, it’s more of an art and it takes time, practice, and a host of other things to make it all work together.
Boy, do I love that:
I have discovered this plain and simple fact: Discipline is of far greater use and has a much wider (and deeper) level of utility than passion.
No one loves being disciplined, as kids and as adults. I suppose the stakes are higher when you’re an adult than when you’re a kid but it stings all the same.
My wife and I have to discipline our two daughters all the time. This shouldn’t be a surprise, in general, but what I am surprised is the fact that it hurts me a lot to do it.
This, via Hunter S. Thompson, is too good to pass up. Read this and I hope that it impacts your thinking about your vocation, job, career, career goals, and the like: