In the classic 80s film, The Karate Kid, the legendary Mr. Miyagi trains Daniel LaRusso in the ways of karate. With his mastery and knowledge, Miyagi helps the kid mature and grow into a fighter of great technique and great success. It’s a given that Daniel would not have won the All Valley Tournament without the advice of Mr. Miyagi.
When it comes to IKEA, we’d all probably agree that the Swedes make some great flat pack furniture that can either upgrade your space or just do in a pinch.
Self-help guru Tony Robbins once said that "the meeting of preparation with opportunity generates the offspring we call luck."
The Belgian writer and painter Erik Pevernagie once said that “without a clear-cut vision and a proper reading of the roadmap we may not reach the buoyant shores of the horizon.”
Yesterday, on May 12th, President Biden issued the “Executive Order (EO) on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity.” Given that the Order features 11 sections that include both policy and general provisions among others, its 8,080 words is arguably the equivalent of multiple EOs. Such an effort is, no doubt, purposeful by the President—this is significant, and will certainly impact the security worlds of both the government itself and those companies that provide it with software and services.