Organizing Theory & Artistry

Month: January 2010

Achieving the “Impossible” Goal: Martin Luther King, Jr.

Achieving the “Impossible” Goal: Martin Luther King, Jr.

Today in the United States is a day to honor and remember the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.  In his 39 years, he lived a short but powerful life.  By the age of 26, he had earned a Doctor of Philosophy degree, was married, […]

Emergency Preparedness Insight from Haiti

Emergency Preparedness Insight from Haiti

The tragedy in Haiti weighs on my thoughts lately and I am shocked and saddened by almost every news report I am reading.  I have made a donation to the American Red Cross and understand that money is what is most needed at the moment.  […]

The Ruly Ideal: Discipline and Passion at Classical Ballet of Fredericksburg

The Ruly Ideal: Discipline and Passion at Classical Ballet of Fredericksburg

Today, I am pleased to introduce another new feature . . . the Ruly Ideal video series! The purpose of the Ruly Ideal videos is to celebrate people and businesses who exemplify aspects of human performance and achievement. Rather than me writing about these individuals, […]

Ruly Bookshelf: Goal Analysis

Ruly Bookshelf: Goal Analysis

This month’s Ruly Bookshelf choice is a vintage book: “Goal Analysis” by Robert F. Mager, copyright 1972.  When I was thinking about what book to choose on goal setting, I realized that goal setting is one of those timeless topics where having the latest technology […]

Minimalism Lessons from my Refrigerator

Minimalism Lessons from my Refrigerator

I have a couple of loose ends to tie up from previous posts and will be using my Fridays this month to do that. Back in November when we were chatting about food, the Ruly Challenge that month was to eat from the fridge and […]