Okay, so yesterday I posted some bad things about the management seminar I attended. So let me share three very good things.
1. Do right, to the best of your ability.
2. Pursue excellence in your chosen path, whatever it is.
3. Show people that you care about them.
He argued that if you balanced those three things, you would find yourself making wise decisions that were Godly in nature. I think he was right in general (though I would have added: #4. You cannot will yourself to perfection, and God loves you anyway.). But his basic point is that we can strip away most of the complexity of life and just simplify things. Jesus said something similar, as I recall--all that really matters is to love God and love your neighbor; if we just do those two things everything else works itself out.