Let’s Cut Millennials a Break

In the Philippines, I interview Millennials every week. I see so many superb young people who are juggling school, jobs, helping provide for a wider family, and enduring daily commutes that would destroy most people. If there is ever a truism in life, it is this: “Every generation trashes the succeeding generation, calls them spoiled and undisciplined, and laments the future of the world in their hands.”

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Great Leaders Break Paradigms

We are presently nearing the end of the holy month of Ramadan, where the Muslim world fasts for a month during daylight hours to commemorate the revealing of the Quran to the prophet Mohammed. From a societal perspective, Ramadan is a wonderful and unifying time when everyone sacrifices together in unity; however, for some businesses, Ramadan is a difficult time. Or so they believe.

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The Tsunami Principle

On Sunday, Dec. 26, 2004, I was quietly sitting in my hotel in Phuket, Thailand, having a leisurely breakfast on a gorgeous morning, after having jogged a 20-km training run. I decided to go for a walk on the beach before checking to see if my kids were awake, and on the way out of the dining area I spotted a guy with chicken curry on his plate. I adore chicken curry and had not seen that among the buffet options. So, at the last moment, and fresh from a long run, I decided to have another serving of breakfast and indulge in the chicken curry. This simple, innocuous, unimportant decision saved my life. My kids didn’t become orphans, all because of chicken curry.

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