My favorite posts

September 5, 2017 by Joshua
in Blog

With thousands of posts, where do you begin? I recommend scanning the archives at the headlines.

Here are some favorites, in no particular order:

Self-imposed daily challenging healthy activities (sidchas)


Cold showers

Avoiding food packaging

I swam across the Hudson River

Avoiding stuff

Reviews of my cooking

My reviews of podcasts I’ve been on

Reviews of my entrepreneurship course, which are stellar

Charlie Rose style conversations with graduates of my courses

Resources and inspirations

If you miss one day, you can miss two. If you miss two, it’s all over.

My mom’s first marathon at 67

A summary of my North Korea videos

Leadership Step by Step: the book page

I have low standards the first time

My take on the New York Times Ethicist column

My passion-attraction model

My big public art piece in Union Square

My big public art piece in Bryant Park

My Leaders in Software and Art video

I started business school 23 days after deciding to apply

Speaking authentically, Martin Luther King Junior, Muhammad Ali, and Vietnam

Introversion and extraversion are bankrupt, counterproductive concepts

My 20-minute vegetable stew

365 days without flying

Inquiry-driven project-based learning rocks

Ten days with no internet, phone reading, writing, or talking

The most effective self-awareness exercise I know

A free gift from me

Avoiding fiber-removed food

My 6-pack abs at 45 years old

Blurbs and endorsements for Leadership Step by Step

Everybody cares about the environment until they want to see the Eiffel Tower

People join good projects and leave bad managers

I love Greenwich Village

The five times I was mugged growing up

I was mugged at knifepoint in Amsterdam

You have two choices in life

Learn to make Meaningful Connections

with a simple, effective exercise from my book, Leadership Step by Step.


  • Step by step instructions
  • Video examples of me and Marshall Goldsmith
  • An excerpt from my book

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