Tag Archives: Cowboy Wisdom

Always Drink Upstream From the Herd . . .

When a herd of cattle enter a stream to drink, not only do they stir up the mud and silt, but use it as a toilet as well.  So you can imagine the water is much cleaner and healthier upstream … Continue reading

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Understanding Corporate Culture: Experience vs Theory

Good judgement is the result of experience, and most of that comes from bad judgement.  ~Cowboy Wisdom There seem to be two schools of thought about how to be an effective leader and business person.  According to the widely accepted approach used … Continue reading

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