Everything I Need To Know About Life I Learned From Star Trek
 Seek out new life and new civilizations.
 Non-interferenc...
Seek out new life and new
civilizations.
Non-interference is the Prime
Directive.
Keep your phaser set on stun.
Humans are highly illogical.
There's no such thing as a Vulcan
death grip.
Live long and prosper.
Having is not so pleasing a thing as
wanting; it is not logical but it is
often true.
Infinite diversity in infinite
combinations (IDIC).
Tribbles hate Klingons (and
Klingons hate Tribbles).
Enemies are often invisible – like
Klingons, they can be cloaked.
Don't put all your ranking officers
in one shuttle craft.
When your logic fails, trust a
hunch.
Insufficient data does not
compute.
If it can’t be fixed, just ask Scotty.
Even in our own world, sometimes
we are aliens.
When going out into the Universe,
remember: “Boldly go where no
man has gone before!”
Everything I Needed to Know About IT Leadership I Learned from Star Trek
Everything I Needed to Know About IT Leadership I Learned from Star Trek
Everything I Needed to Know About IT Leadership I Learned from Star Trek
Everything I Needed to Know About IT Leadership I Learned from Star Trek
Everything I Needed to Know About IT Leadership I Learned from Star Trek
Everything I Needed to Know About IT Leadership I Learned from Star Trek
Everything I Needed to Know About IT Leadership I Learned from Star Trek
Everything I Needed to Know About IT Leadership I Learned from Star Trek
Everything I Needed to Know About IT Leadership I Learned from Star Trek
Everything I Needed to Know About IT Leadership I Learned from Star Trek
Everything I Needed to Know About IT Leadership I Learned from Star Trek
Everything I Needed to Know About IT Leadership I Learned from Star Trek
Everything I Needed to Know About IT Leadership I Learned from Star Trek
Everything I Needed to Know About IT Leadership I Learned from Star Trek
Everything I Needed to Know About IT Leadership I Learned from Star Trek
Everything I Needed to Know About IT Leadership I Learned from Star Trek
Everything I Needed to Know About IT Leadership I Learned from Star Trek
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    1. 1. Everything I Need To Know About Life I Learned From Star Trek  Seek out new life and new civilizations.  Non-interference is the Prime Directive.  Keep your phaser set on stun.  Humans are highly illogical.  There's no such thing as a Vulcan death grip.  Live long and prosper.  Having is not so pleasing a thing as wanting; it is not logical but it is often true.  Infinite diversity in infinite combinations (IDIC).  Tribbles hate Klingons (and Klingons hate Tribbles).  Enemies are often invisible – like Klingons, they can be cloaked.  Don't put all your ranking officers in one shuttle craft.  When your logic fails, trust a hunch.  Insufficient data does not compute.  If it can't be fixed, just ask Scotty.  Even in our own world, sometimes we are aliens.  When going out into the Universe, remember: "Boldly go where no man has gone before!"
    2. 2. Seek out new life and new civilizations.
    3. 3. Non-interference is the Prime Directive.
    4. 4. Keep your phaser set on stun.
    5. 5. Humans are highly illogical.
    6. 6. There's no such thing as a Vulcan death grip.
    7. 7. Live long and prosper.
    8. 8. Having is not so pleasing a thing as wanting; it is not logical but it is often true.
    9. 9. Infinite diversity in infinite combinations (IDIC).
    10. 10. Tribbles hate Klingons (and Klingons hate Tribbles).
    11. 11. Enemies are often invisible – like Klingons, they can be cloaked.
    12. 12. Don't put all your ranking officers in one shuttle craft.
    13. 13. When your logic fails, trust a hunch.
    14. 14. Insufficient data does not compute.
    15. 15. If it can’t be fixed, just ask Scotty.
    16. 16. Even in our own world, sometimes we are aliens.
    17. 17. When going out into the Universe, remember: “Boldly go where no man has gone before!”

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