Commentary by Michael Wade on Leadership, Ethics, Management, and Life
Wednesday, April 06, 2016
Baseball Is Life
Baseball is all about little things that are equal parts uninteresting and critically important. Advancing the runner. Not swinging at a pitch outside the strike zone. Avoiding the double play. Just like in real life. Very rarely do you have an opportunity to hit a dramatic home run or be a hero at work or in life. Usually, your day involves not hitting “reply all” on an email at the office. Or making sure you don’t accidentally leave a coffee ring on your boss’s $24,000 desk during your annual review. Read all of Tim Siedell's column.