Hi everyone, I’ve been thinking a lot about the enormous stressors that our society faces, and what our roles are within these challenges (you can read “The Chisel and the Blow Torch” here). How do we lead ourselves, our teams, our...
My 9-year old is shaving her head to raise money for childhood cancer research through St. Baldrick’s (whom we love). She created flyers, handed them out to the 4th grade classes, and bravely spoke to them (unscripted and unplanned) to ask for...
January had me thinking a lot about grief. And how grief can also be a measure for the depths of our human connection. And how our human connection drives our happiness and success. Last month was the 21st birthday of Martha and...
Curiosity. Like a toddler that asks “WhyWhyWhy?”… curiosity shows interest. It shows that you don’t know it all. That you care. That you are a learner, even if you’re also a leader. The only thing I’ve ever found truly fascinating is...
Over the weekend, I went to the Apple store with my 13 year old son to buy myself a new computer. We had already bought him new glasses and hit up Birdcall for lunch. I was loving this rare time alone with...
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