What Matters is Blooming

As a society, we herald those people who bloom ahead of our expectations. We’re amazed by the 10-year-old in the pre-calculus class, the 32-year-old director of the Oscar-winning film, and the 24-year-old city council member with presidential aspirations.

Is your Family Frantic?

I just finished reading Three Big Questions for a Frantic Family by Patrick Lencioni. I am a Lencioni fan, so I was grateful when I received the book as a wedding present. The long and short of the book is this: We often don’t run our families like we run our work. The vision, focus, and planning

What Makes a Great Lesson?

Apple founder Steve Jobs once said, “Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people.” We agree—the best work happens when it’s a team effort, and training is no exception. That’s why we’re committed to partnering with our customers to create industry-leading learning programs. Here at Lessonly,

A More Perfect Union

The U.S. Constitution begins with the phrase, “We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union…” That’s the same reason Lessonly holds our twice-yearly State of the Union. This all-company off-site ensures that every employee understands the collective direction we are heading, why we chose that route, and what

A Failure, Until He Wasn’t

F. Scott Fitzgerald and Sinclair Lewis were contemporaries in the 1920s. Fitzgerald lives on as the author of the “Great American Novel” The Great Gatsby, a book that continues to inspire modern literature and blockbuster films. Lewis lives on in relative obscurity. In their time, it was a far different story. Fitzgerald struggled both critically and