The Blue Angels are the US Navy’s elite aerial demonstration team. In precise formations, they fly as close as 45 centimeters (18 inches) while traveling as fast as 1125 kilometers/hour (700 mph). That type of risky operation takes detailed and deliberate planning. Team members must follow each step with discipline, visualizing every move ahead of
“Is that your final answer?” That famous phrase heard worldwide in different languages on the wildly popular game show “Who Wants To Be a Millionaire?” meant that the time had come to make a final decision. Viewers sweated and felt the knotted stomach of emotional tension in the contestant. In my previous articles on decision-making,
While the digitally-driven economy disrupts established ways, calling for workers with a balance of hard and soft power skills, the old education system is failing to produce what employers need. There is a solution. Just like Amazon, Uber, or Airbnb, technology can cut out the middle man in paradigm-shifting ways, connecting potential employees with employer needs, and motivating learners through autonomy, relatedness, and competency.