Tag Archives: Indiana Jones

A Test for Accountability . . .

Those with a mindset of accountability make things happen and get results.  Those without accountability make excuses and have ample reasons for their lack of results! Success in life, success in business and success most everywhere seems to accompany the … Continue reading

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Never Bring a Knife to a Gun Fight . . . and other truths about corporate culture

Never bring a knife to a gun fight, Kid. ~Butch Cassidy One of my favourite scenes in the movie Indiana_Jones_and_the_Temple_of_Doom is where he is confronted by a very large enemy wielding a big sword.  Here is the clip:     My father … Continue reading

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Indiana Jones and More about Choices . . .

“Choose wisely, my son!” There is a particularly poignant scene in the third Indiana Jones movie, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, where the ancient Knight guarding the Holy Grail (Christ’s drinking cup or chalice) admonishes the Nazi treasure hunter … Continue reading

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