“Imagine an organization with an employee who can accurately see the truth, understand the situation, and understand the potential outcomes of various decisions. And now imagine that this person is also able to make something […]
In a recent post, Culinary Conversations, I urged for everyone to make a sincere attempt at listening and asking questions during conversation rather than defaulting to talking and giving opinions. Now, in this post, […]
Over the last few years, I’ve had various opportunities to lead. My employers, my church, and a few non-profit organizations, each bold and brave in their own way, have entrusted me with some form of […]
“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” –Martin Luther King Jr. Feed Them Remember, for a moment, a specific time when a colleague at work acted in a […]
Yawns and accents are two things that are easily passed to others through behavioral osmosis. What else is passed on?
“Talk Less, Smile More, Don’t let them know what you’re against or what you’re for. You wanna get ahead? Fools who run their mouths off’ wind up dead.” — [bad advice from] Aron Burr, Hamilton […]
I was twenty-one years old and like most college kids, I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life. This concept infuriated me: the one that tells teenagers to pick a college major […]