“You’re fooling yourself, Jeff. You always know what the right thing to do is, you just choose not to do it. And I believe this is true for everyone. You can’t correct the past. Just do the next right thing.”
Your core values are the truth. They are your behavior. They are what already exists. They are what really happens behind the closed doors, not just in the seclusion of executive meetings, but in the solitude of personal choice.
What I know is that the people who’ve taken their values and have incorporated them into the daily conversations in their business life, that make it a part of what they do, these are the companies that get it, the companies that get the true impact of their values to their bottom line and to their brand.
The fundamental purpose of the exercise, or Russian disinformation, experts said, is to undermine the official version of events — even the very idea that there is an actual version of the facts — and foster a kind of policy paralysis.
The result of the introduction of new technologies is a change in what we perceive as real. We begin to see the world differently than we did before the launch of the technology. It’s inevitable.
Every time I allowed myself to think I had arrived, I hadn’t. Every time I called myself a failure, I wasn’t. Every moment – each high and each low – was simply a step on the path to this moment. Period.