As I teach Strategic Management, I offer up to my business management students that strategies are ultimately … aligned goal-oriented plans and actions. Strategy is about Purpose. Digital Coffees has Purpose. Let me share.
Digital Coffees are regular online chats (as part of TUGtv) I have with friends and colleagues who are experts in their own right. We seek to move the needle on matters of a better world, and our corner of it… matters around exploring joy, environment, diversity, character, education, and care. Our goal is to explore living life better, and for a better world. Indeed, pretty much in line with this message from Sir Ken Robinson. We help to move the needle on such, and have fun doing it. Recently, I had Digital Coffees with Dawn Gough and Stephen Burry and Catherine MacLaughlin and Guy Matthews and Christine Ayling.
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Ecochats with Dawn Gough. Talking Immigration with Stephen Burry. Teacher Care with Catherine MacLaughlin. Two Guys with Guy Matthews, and Character Coffees with Christine Ayling. Each is like two people sitting, having a coffee… and you maybe pulling up a chair and hot beverage and having a good listen in. Each has content and fun as part of their spirit, if you will.
That said, I missed Elaine Dunphy this month and look forward to picking up where we left off in May. That said, I did do a solo JoyFULL Coffee this month, deconstructing on my own thoughts around Joy. Maybe join me? Either way, we invite you to spend some (we think) quality time with us this month, and each month (you can follow) … free, and ad free… fun and thought inspiring. Certainly, as I engage my own journey back to better health, I will be revisiting these conversations. For April, this will be my last new post as I am dialing back on new content to dial in on that road back to better health. Peace. 😉
“Intelligence plus character—that is the goal of true education.” ― Martin Luther King Jr.
Character is like a tree and reputation like a shadow. The shadow is what we think of it; the tree is the real thing. ― Abraham Lincoln