The System of Social Sciences

When I attended Seton Hill University in Greensburg, PA for my Master of Education degree, the experience was different as […]

5 Wishes For Your New Year!

In the spirit of “pentelemental” systems thinking – that is, any successful system has to have at least five elements […]

Five Ways to Shut Off Your Mental Apps: An Article from Evan Roth

As we near the end of the calendar year, the season of Advent gets underway.  It’s a time to “repent,” […]

The 5 Things One Needs in Life to Succeed – Part 2

Last month’s Tetrahedronics article detailed the 5 things one needs to succeed – a mentor, students, supporters, passion and dedicated […]

The 5 Things One Needs In Life To Succeed – Part 1

A few years ago, my supervisor’s supervisor suggested a book to read called “Talent is Overrated: What Really Separates World-Class […]

ARMED Goals Refined

Last month’s post about ARMED goals seemed to hit upon some nerves…which is a good thing!  It’s only when “disruption” […]

SMART Goals Are Now ARMED goals

I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase, “Let’s think outside the box.” If we’ve already tried doing that with unsatisfying results, […]

Catholic Schools: “Foundational” to the Parish – Part II

A few years ago when I began this series of articles on systems thinking, one article was titled “Catholic Schools: […]

The Five Choices to Extraordinary Productivity

According to Kory Kogon, Franklin-Covey productivity expert and co-author of “The Five Choices to Extraordinary Productivity” (Simon & Schuster, 2014), […]

Some Thoughts From Matthew Kelly, Author of “The Rhythm of Life,” “Building Better Families,” and “The Dream Manager”

When I saw that Matthew Kelly was coming to speak as a part of the Day for Catholic Men in […]