|Aging Slowly, Aging Well: What I Wish I Had Known at the Age of Twelve||==>|
|Aging noticeably more slowly than my peers, I researched the reasons for this striking fact and what conclusions follow for us and (if too late for us) then for those in our care. Anyone can execute this compendium of a life's proven experience--and see results! Some conclusions may surprise. Based in part on Cripples by Thirty? and Just a Scale and Tape Measure Away and on running many marathons starting at the age of 67.|
Forbidden to be presented to Esso in Singapore!
For the newly assigned executive abroad, or for those seasoned with foreign experience who want to move to a deeper level of understanding of the factors, the networks, the loyalties and the resource flows which shape their corporate environment. Based on decades of work as a political risk consultant to financial institutions, manufacturing firms and oil companies, this seminar reveals the techniques used by academic, military and corporate professionals. You may think you are dancing with your partners and counterparts in a foreign land--too late you'll find out it's rugby. How to ask the right questions, how to read the press, how to expand your personal information network, how to survive in an environment (most of the world) where the Rule of Law is "The Big Animals Eat the Small."
How Not to Be an American
Based on a lifetime of research and personal experience, beginning as a
lieutenant in Vietnam in 1965 and continuing into many other challenging
military assignments including writing a significant part of an important
National Security Decision Directive, this insightful presentation details
the wisdom which can save decision-makers and their staffs from the types
of catastrophic outcomes which are now routine in public life.
Presents checklists and SOPs developed in the Pathology of Public Decision-Making study begun at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.
This talk summarizes the reasoning and the rules presented in private briefings (so far admittedly without effect) at West Point, the Marine Corps University, and to other official audiences.
How to Be Really Creative
in the Social Sciences
The secret sauce to the creativity which produces a classic book, selling
decade after decade, on the most controversial event of its time. Expands
on the condensed presentations in Writing
Historical Classics for Dummies and the 50-page
Interview with Jeffrey Race which
targets mental innovativeness in the face of social complexity.
Sure to enlarge one's view of intellectual enterprise.
Problems and Issues in the
University Application Process or
"Confessions of a Harvard Interviewer"
Why the university application process differs now from 50 years ago;
what's right and what's wrong with that. Why applicants use coaching
services, and how best to use them, and when you don't need them. How
to make a memorable impression on an interviewer.
Some things that work and some things that don't in the application process.
Fighting 'Corruption' with What Really Works:
Lessons from Today and from History
Summarizes a trilogy of studies to reveal the shocking truth about 'anti-corruption' programs.
Explains the chronic persistence of widespread corruption in many countries
despite nominal state commitment to the rule of law and extensive notionally
remedial programs. Details what has actually worked, and why the current fad
in anti-corruption programming (founded on the economist's calculating-machine
view of man) fails and must continue to fail.
What to do to stop wasting time and money and perpetuating false hopes at the expense of the public purse.
|What's Wrong with Student Life at Elite Colleges in America? Five Things Every Parent Must Consider||
Based on four sets of personal experiences in American schools
and extensive involvement with high schools (as Parents' Association
chairman) and elite universities (Harvard and Princeton).
Alice in Thailand
How do you deal effectively with corrupt or amoral civil and judicial
officials of a foreign country? What special techniques are necessary in
handling a legal opponent who suffers Antisocial Personality Disorder
(psychopathic personality)? What do you do when your attorney is crippled
in a blast on the courthouse steps and you yourself must suddenly
cross-examine a hostile witness (a cabinet minister)? Based on 20
years of litigation experience in a highly corrupt environment, and
forthcoming in book form as an entertaining and fully documented tell-all
accounting. (For hints view public testimony in
Washington DC and
cautionary true stories.)
** This offering cannot be presented in Thailand **
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