A NYT article describes Boris Becker's coaching of top ranked Novak Djokovic.
Becker, a father of four children, feels the timing was right.
“I think I’m a much better coach now at 48 than I would have been at 38, because at 38, it was still a lot about me,” Becker said. “Now, the kids have grown older, so you become a little more mature, a little more about everybody else than you.
Yitzchik Adlertien writes about the petira of rabbi Maurice Lamm.
He understood what fewer and fewer of us today understand: HKBH expects us to give up parts of our individual comfort for the good of the tzibbur.
It takes team players to build a successful company — just ask Facebook.
...“Successful candidates should clearly demonstrate that their priorities are company, team, and self — in that order,” Parikh continued. “This makes it more likely that they’ll put the company’s mission above their individual interests and that they’ll set the proper example for others.”