Leadership, strategy and communications can be a bit dry, and in some cases, authors make solutions sound prescriptive. As if a list or a formula will help you out of your jam.
Here’s the thing: we spend so much time bogged down by everything coming at us today that we miss many of the lessons that have been with us for decades, centuries, or millennia. Leaders abound in literature and history, and their stories (for what is history, but a set of stories?) can serve as lessons and guideposts today in communication, leadership, and integrity, leading to better relationships.
“Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information upon it.”
— Samuel Johnson, 1775
You don’t need to have a grasp of arcane historical events, the ability to quote Tennyson, or the insight to draw parallels between then and now. I’ll do that for you.
Each week, Timeless & Timely helps you make sense of today with lessons from the past. It’s an oasis of calm amid the hustle-bustle. A place of serenity in the face of shiny object syndrome. A chance to reflect on what matters.
If you sign up for the free email, every other Tuesday, I’ll send you an essay with contextual historical quotes and deep thoughts on leadership, communication, and humanity.
As a bonus, every other week, paid subscribers get another essay, as well as:
- Three links from the current business climate;
- Three interesting timeless stories;
- A recommended book and podcast;
- Plenty of historical quotes in context.
All designed to make you well-informed and provide you with a different perspective.
Make sense of today with lessons from the past.