This is right at my two-year anniversary of a job I wouldn’t have been hired for five years ago. While … Continue reading Building Your Own Path
Rick Clark, director of admissions at Georgia Tech, recently spoke at my son’s high school graduation. Part of the brilliance … Continue reading You’re Ready. You’re NOT Ready.
Thoughts I had while watching a TED Talk on staying calm while knowing you’ll be stressed. Continue reading Stressed vs. Cool
On my father’s 79th birthday, I think about the fine line which kept us from the problem at hand for … Continue reading Reflections on a birthday. Dementia.
I can’t precisely circle a date on a calendar, but my family has been drifting away from what we considered … Continue reading Dementia and a New Normal
In the past, there’s been a direct correlation between the number of plane trips I’ve taken and the number of … Continue reading Ambiguity and the Personal Reboot
When you’re flying, there’s always security on the way to the plane. If you’ve got priority access, there’s fewer people … Continue reading Feeding the Machine
The word “Legacy” means many things to many people. If I look it up on my computer, it tells me … Continue reading Legacy
Another by request blog here. It seemed appropriate to do in an airport waiting on a plane. I spend a … Continue reading Travel Tips From a Road Warrior
Clearing Up The Mental Clutter – Part 1 Dharmesh Shah is the co-founder and CTO of HubSpot which is a … Continue reading Clearing Up the Mental Clutter – Part 2