Some people who follow me on social media think I am an unreasonable boss, over-controlling, and that I ask the impossible from my staff. Those
There’s an interesting truth that we all conveniently ignore or deny when we take on a new task: Before you
Last week, before everyone was told to go home and stay there, I met some friends for dinner. One longtime
It wasn’t 20 years ago today. It was probably in September or October. But twenty years ago this Fall, I came down with Rheumatoid Arthritis.
A few weeks ago, I ordered a Hasbro “Joy for All” robotic cat. I made a video about un-boxing the cat with a few notes about living with him.
I was watching a movie recently and it struck me that people were panicking when they could choose not to panic.
One of my favorite rules of life is Slow down, get more done. This is certainly an example of that. In the end, you get a lot more done when you only try to do one thing at a time.
Perhaps we need to be a little kinder about imperfections, both in ourselves and in others. Perhaps we should focus on the interesting story. After all, perfection is a lot less interesting.
Most of us have too much to do. We are overwhelmed at work and overwhelmed at home. And guess what?
Here’s a quick exercise for you. Take a selfie with your cell phone and label it “Before.” How do I
In my last blog post, I introduced the reticular activating system (RAS) and talked about it’s basic functions. The RAS