Super Cities №262—What to Learn from Magic and Bird
I even hated him more because I knew he could beat me.
Super Cities №249—American Cowards
Sunday was not a day of rest. It was a day of national shame.
Super Cities №242—Who Wants to Lead The World?
For decades, America earned its role as the global leader. It would be a hell of a thing to give up voluntarily.
Super Cities №238—Firefights and Friendships
As Mattis says, if you’re taking on the world, bring your allies. You will need them.
Super Cities №234—How Eisenhower Made Decisions
So everything begins with elimination. Start with the poison.
Super Cities №216—How To Pick A Co-Founder
In a savagely competitive world, the difference between great and very good is much, much larger than the difference between very good and good.
Super Cities №212— Overlord
For a young man from Iowa or Baltimore, or a small town in Canada or Britain, this would have been his first look at the vaunted German war machine.
Super Cities №205—Why Leaders Should Break Ranks
Nixon used his deep bank of anti-communist credentials to establish a historic diplomatic breakthrough with the world's most populous communist country.
Super Cities №167 — Mayors Go To Harvard
Among public officials, mayors have the best and hardest jobs.
Super Cities №158 — John Wooden’s Twelve Lessons in Leadership
Between 1964–1975, Wooden’s team won ten national championships, including seven in a row. For context, no other team in college basketball history has won more than four titles in a row.