Physician, researcher, and President of Wayne State University, M. Roy Wilson tells us how following your gut is more important than a check list, and it’s never too late to try something new.
Falling into the trap of stereotypes can hinder both business and humanity. Wayne State University president M. Roy Wilson recalls being stereotyped in high school for being a jock by a teacher who was stereotyped herself. He then went on to become her best student and she his mentor. Learn and grow from this touching story.
Chase Passion, Not Money
Most people have it backwards. They chase money, but seldom find it, burning themselves out in a vapid pursuit. Wayne State University President M. Roy Wilson shares his approach, where passion and purpose are the goal and money and stability are simply the byproduct.
More Input Equals Better Decisions
As author Ken Blanchard says, “None of us is as smart as all of us.” While it’s easy to look inward for answers, Wayne State University President M. Roy Wilson shows us the critical importance of collaboration, thought diversity, and listening.