November 2015

With Much Gratitude

Today I’m celebrating my favorite U.S. holiday, Thanksgiving. I love Thanksgiving because the focus is on appreciating and giving thanks for all that is wonderful in our lives. I wanted to thank you for your support of CaseInterview.com. I appreciate you telling others about my blog, books, email articles, and courses. Because of this support, [...]

Case Structuring Contest

I came across the following television interview the other day. The person being interviewed is a leader of a group of college students demanding that all student loans in the U.S. be forgiven, and that college tuition be free. She was not prepared, and ended up humiliating herself on live national television. Specifically, she was [...]

The Blame-Oriented Corporate Culture

Something just went wrong; really wrong. What’s the first instinct you and others have? In many company cultures (and in many family, marriage or parent/child relationship cultures), the first order of business is to decide whom to blame. Much of corporate politics (not to mention governmental politics) is based on this principle. “I don’t want [...]

Succeeding at the Edge of Discomfort

When you look at the top performers in every domain, all of them share one thing in common. They live their lives at the edge — at the edge of discomfort. All growth comes from this edge. It’s a thin line between success and failing. This is especially apparent in the weight room. I’ve been [...]