In Praise of the Late Bloomer

“What a late bloomer really is, is somebody who blossoms on their own schedule.”             […]

Truth, Lies and Wisdom

The week of February 9, 2015 was a hard one for journalism. In what felt like one blow after another, […]

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The Art of the Playcall

For a leader, making the right call is a combination of art, science and pure guts. Seattle Seahawks coach Pete […]

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Practical Knowledge

Many of us are enamored with the “Eureka!” moment – that moment of discovery that feels out-of-the-blue, transcendent and electric. […]

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Dis-connected

On January 12, 2015, National Public Radio announced its “Bored and Brilliant: The Lost Art of Spacing Out” project, complete […]

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The Price of Success

“Be careful what you wish for.”   So reads the ad for the recently released film, “Into the Woods.” The […]

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The Gift

Throughout my career I’ve met people who have helped me, often giving of their time, their guidance or sometimes just […]

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Career Obsolescence – Must It End With A Whimper?

In the 100 years since the end of World War I – the war greatly and foolishly named “The War […]

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Life Interrupting Life

The best-laid plans, beautifully crafted and lovingly sustained, are thrown to the wind when a crisis occurs. This happened to […]

Change is a Good Thing

The Delicate Nature of Change – Part II

There is a rhythm to change, a constant beating of progress and recess that captures the manner of the thing. […]