And I don’t consider us particularly an overscheduled clan. But in the school year, they have so little free time that they never need move beyond movies, video games, and Internet. They don’t really learn to make the choices that we had growing up whose house to go to, what fields to explore, which direction to bike.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are more outgoing with people and other animals and are nearly ready for their next big step. The Sun (2016)Secrets are nearly always bad news. The Sun (2016)When the bolognese is nearly ready, stir through the soy sauce and some seasoning.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)Instead of finding a home for her and her research, she found an environment more hostile and discriminatory than Harvard. Smithsonian Mag (2017)That expectation has executives planning for a less hostile government. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Just the threat of deploying them may make hostile nations see sense.
Christianity Today (2000)Thirty days without pampering would do him good. The Sun (2015)In the candlelight she looks as if she is in her early thirties. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Thirty seconds of your time could make a difference to what will remain of their lives.
La parabola di un magnate della finanza, condannato per frode fiscale, che passa un anno ai servizi sociali. Ma proprio al momento di chiudere le trattative con gli investitori internazionali i suoi avvocati lo informano che dovrà scontare una condanna per frode fiscale: non in carcere, che gli avvocati sono riusciti ad evitargli, ma prestando servizi sociali presso un centro di accoglienza. Passaporto e cellulare gli vengono ritirati da Angela, che gestisce il centro, e Numa è adibito a vari compiti di assistenza compreso quello di tenere puliti i bagni comuni.
Along the way, the rewards bonus checks, newspaper articles, perks, and stock appreciation fuel increasing desires for more.This creates a deep desire to keep it going, often driven by desires to overcome narcissistic wounds from childhood. Many times, this desire is so strong that leaders breach the ethical standards that previously governed their conduct, which can be bizarre and even illegal.Very few people go into leadership to cheat or do evil.As Novartis chairman Daniel Vasella (HBS PMD 57)told Fortune magazine, “for many of us the idea of being a successful manager leading the company from peak to peak, delivering the goods quarter by quarter is an intoxicating one. It is a pattern of celebration leading to belief, leading to distortion.