Tag: red herring

03 Nov

Playing the Zero-Sum Game

Time is the most precious currency of all. How we spend it indicates, whether we like it or not, a different kind of pattern: what we value most.
20 Jul

Fishing for Excuses?

We say there isn’t enough time, that we’re too busy. We say it passes too quickly, and wonder if we’ve done enough for the age we are. But time is a red herring. It distracts us from the real matter at hand. I’m all for SMART goals—goals that are specific, measurable, actionable, realistic, and timebound. (Timebound, after all, comes [...]