Dilbert on Leadership

by Scott Cimarusti on June 30, 2013, no comments

As a follow-up to the Educause Learning Technology Leadership conference I attended recently, I thought I would share this Dilbert strip from 6/30/13.  And while it may still be a fairly typical Dilbert perspective, it does still address an important idea that I think sometimes gets lost in the noise and the shuffle.  There is […]

Choices, Part 2: Letting Go

by Scott Cimarusti on June 29, 2013, no comments

A related idea to my previous post… Sometimes our choice to focus on our blessings rather than our curses requires us to let go of certain things–including personal traits or ideas, or even ideals that we’ve clung to simply because we’ve been conditioned to do so. Or simply out of habit. Letting go of these […]

Choices

by Scott Cimarusti on June 29, 2013, no comments

I woke up this morning in an uncharacteristically serene mood, for some reason. Not that any of the things that continually vex and perplex me had magically disappeared, of course. But as I sit on my front porch with a cup of my favorite coffee, feeling the cool morning breeze and listening to the birdsong, […]

Blog Makeover

by Scott Cimarusti on June 21, 2013, no comments

Inspired by the prolific writing/blogging of James Altucher (I’m also reading his latest book), I’ve decided to make yet another go at this blog–and hopefully stick with it this time. I’ve changed the name, too, to match all my other blogs that I’ve been neglecting, that no one is reading (yet).  The title is an anagram […]