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Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer looks at why we absolve successful people — and companies — of bad behavior http://stanford.io/28SgMzF
Our inclination to rationalize low acts by high-status people has deep psychological roots.
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Landed Inc. co-founder Alex Lofton (MBA ’15) shares the best advice he ever received: "A friend told me a few years ago to always start with self-care. There is a chance you will fail. All you have at the end is yourself." http://stanford.io/291MUxA
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Creating just 1 job in a developing economy fosters the indirect creation of 7 to 25 more jobs. Learn how Stanford Seed is fighting poverty with entrepreneurship: http://stanford.io/28KFihC
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How companies can solve the pay equity problem: A labor economist reveals how to close the pay gap http://stanford.io/23gwZj4
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Sam Kamara (MBA ’15) explores how mindfulness can lead to better decision-making for individuals, corporations, and countries: http://stanford.io/1UQLeaF
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These are the three greatest challenges of anyone diagnosed with ADHD.
Now listen to what you are saying....
You're saying to let go
Then you're saying to focus
And listen
Holy Spirit of God please control me!!!
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Catherine Chien (MSx ’16) reflects on her Stanford GSB experience: "The GSB impressed upon me that business is really about a philosophy on life. I saw this time and again – David Dodson's playground rule that 'sharing is not about giving a portion of your surplus... but giving something that you want to keep to another person who needs it more', Rob Siegel's advice to 'always assume good intent', Matt Bannick's question whether we felt 'entrusted with or entitled to our privilege', Bill Meehan's call to 'serve lives, serve organizations, serve the world', our MSx slogan 'No Sloan left behind', the kindness of many a GSB-er... I am very grateful to be part of this collaborative, creative and passionate fabric, and excited to bring this spirit with me as I venture forth."

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Sharing is not about...
That thing if learnt is life changing :)
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Power couples explain how they juggle career, family, and the laundry: http://stanford.io/28Sgc4T
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Bootstrapping a startup can make you scrappy and creative. 6 lessons for entrepreneurs: http://stanford.io/28PqTFq
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Do customers benefit from highly targeted online ads? http://stanford.io/28Kx1tS
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What the world ?
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Mario Berlanga (MBA ’16) discusses the truth about the supply chain of illegal drugs: stanford.io/21pnxbm
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It doesnt matter who you are all you want is that next fix 15 minutes later so snootin cocaine is for babies 
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"In his farewell commencement address last Sunday, President Hennessy said, 'Nothing gives us, as your teachers and mentors, greater joy than to see a former student succeed.' Indeed, there is something special about teaching what I know to my three young sons and watching their passions blossom. Witnessing them inherit something as simple as my love of skiing brings me great joy." –Craig Klein (MS ’16)

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"The most important lesson I’ve learned at the GSB is about change: How to change yourself to deal with changes as a person, as a leader. Changes are constant in our world. I used to think that I knew this pretty well until I came to the GSB. Embracing changes is not only a mindset. It takes tremendous courage, positivity, dedication, discipline, integrity and resilience to face changes and take them head on. It’s exactly like Philip Knight’s inspiring words carved on the GSB ground, “There comes a time in every life when the past recedes and the future opens. It’s the moment when you turn to the unknown.

Through my 'Touchy Feely' class, I’ve changed to be less judgmental and more curious. Through my 'Path to Power' class, I’ve learnt to be constantly aware of the changes around you and respond to them positively instead of passively complaining about and resisting them. Through my 'Managing Growing Enterprise' class, I’m deeply touched by the optimism and resilience exemplified by so many entrepreneurs when they face difficult changes. I've changed to embrace uncertainties and try to make a difference in the midst of them. Because I've realized that this is the only way to make a change happen and leave a footprint in this world." –Dandan Wu (MSx ’16)

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Well explained and thanks for sharing your learning as it helps to learn from each other.
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