NSC Blog
Menu
NSC Blog
Your search for Theater found 14 Items

Success Theater

When a culture cares more about optics than reality, when you put too much emphasis on presentation versus performance, when you care more about how…

Love Me or Love Money, Not Both?

A recent study of 1,700 couples published in the Journal of Couple & Relationship Therapy by Dr. Jason Carroll of Brigham Young University, showed “couples…

A Post-Valentine’s Day Missive

The more ways you have to receive love, the more love you will experience. We all have our definitions of love, conscious or not. We…

Fear is a Guidepost, Not a Stop Sign

Decades ago, I had a dream where I was walking on a beautiful beach. Eventually, I turned a corner, rounded a point, and encountered a…

Everywhere you go, there you are.

“Everywhere you go, there you are” means to me that change must ultimately come from within. I used to think that if I changed my…

Everywhere You Go, There You Are

“Everywhere you go, there you are” means to me that change must ultimately come from within. I used to think that if I changed my…

PopCap: Zero Tolerance = Institutionalized Stupidity

(Friday’s Populist Capitalist Blog Post) A six year old, excited about joining the Cub Scouts, “takes a camping utensil that can serve as a knife,…

What is Your Say/Do Ratio?

Most folks consider themselves trustworthy, some might even be insulted or have hurt feelings if you asked. Yet amazingly few folks ALWAYS do as they…

This wasn’t the kind of campaign you could wage by fiat.

During WWII, 45,000 American fighting men had to be taken off the front lines of the European Theater of Operations in the winter of 1944-1945.…

Reprogramming the Procrastinator Personality

All of us are busy and some things just don’t get done. That is not necessarily procrastination. Procrastination is when you put off doing stuff…

Portion Control: Making Empowering Choices

A while back, I was at a dinner for a large group of people. I mean large both in terms of number (15 plus) and…

Toilet Paper as a Moral Choice?

Who would have thought it? We live in such a complex world, every choice has ramifications. That soft, smooth toilet paper we Americans seem to…

Q&A on the Path to Happiness and Success (Part 2)

Early Career According to your blog, you purchased your first income-producing property in the early 1970s. What year in college were you in when you…

“…not because they are easy, but because they are hard…”

“We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard,…