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Momma Says Spock You OUT.
If you dig the music, it’s available over on Soundcloud, too:
Fountains of Wayne vs. Lena Horne vs. The Wiseguys vs. Grease vs. Karen Young. This has no right being as good as it is.
This TEDxBoston talk from Clayton Christensen is incredible. In it, he talks about why not just nations, but companies, families and individuals fail and how, so often, we measure precisely the wrong things in order to succeed, whether we want to be good businesspeople, citizens or, most importantly, parents. How will you, and ultimately God, measure the “successes” in your life?
I was humbled, particularly, by his insights on investing in your children.
“It’s actually really important that you succeed at what you’re succeeding at, but that isn’t going to be the measure of your life. God doesn’t count, he doesn’t aggregate.”
Watch all 20 minutes of it.
Does what it says on the tin. And yes, you should be excited about this.
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