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Tag Archives: The Wall Street Journal
The bald truth about power and leadership potential
In the mornings lately, when I take a shower and dry my hair, I’ve noticed a little thinning on top. Uh-oh. My hair has always been what shampoo makers call “fine,” but nowadays it seems to be even finer—so fine … Continue reading
Posted in Happiness, Leadership Tagged baldness, Bruce Willis, Hair, masculinity, men, power, Seth Godin, The Wall Street Journal 4 Comments
A sad state of affairs for America’s news media
Two journalists—Gwen Flanders, a breaking news editor at USA Today, and Arin Greenwood, associate editor for HuffPost DC—spoke at an Independent Public Relations Alliance luncheon I attended earlier this month. It was a great session, with helpful tips on how to … Continue reading