Adlai Stevenson, the Democratic Party’s candidate in the 1952 presidential election, humorously said in a campaign speech: “I offered my opponents (the Republicans) a deal: if they stop telling lies about me, I will stop telling the truth about them.” Political lying was well and hardy in 1952, as it had been over 400 years previously […]
What happens when the listener is only open to one type of information? What happens when ears are closed to ‘naked’ truth which you may consider as vital information for your boss to know?
Albert Einstein is famously quoted as saying “Imagination is more important than knowledge”. Indeed, Einstein even went further when he said “Imagination is everything. It is a preview of a coming attraction”. But, then, you may ask, what do these words actually mean, especially for people who are more associated with the world of technology, […]