Category: Self-Reflection

Being Our Best Adult Selves

January 6, 2020

Sometime in the last year I saw a Roz Chast cartoon in The New Yorker that made me not only smile but actually laugh out […]

A Work In Progress

December 2, 2019

A colleague wrote me from Bangkok. He is in ‘start up mode’ with a new school scheduled to start in the new year. He was […]

Seeking Emotional Maturity?

November 1, 2019

When I was 14, I threw a party. It was a terrible party by any standard. There was music and food, but not much else. […]

Don’t Leave Your Longings Unattended

October 1, 2019

If you follow me on Facebook, you have seen my postings that start with “Consultant walks into a bar, Take 1000.” This past week at […]

Step into the Mystery

September 3, 2019

“I step into the day. I step into my life. I step into the mystery. Aho!” I learned this Ojibwe saying at a meditation class. […]

Inner Voice Time

August 1, 2019

Carpet cleaning, check. Date for getting REAL ID at the DMV, check. Car detailing to be scheduled, check. Plants on porch getting an overhaul, check. […]

The Dodo in Real Time

May 31, 2019

In a keynote at a conference on exponential learning, I saw a video by Harvard Innovation Lab about the evolution of the desk. If you […]

Be Both Human and Resource

May 1, 2019

David Brook’s, the op-ed columnist for the NY Times, caused me to have a saliva moment last week. For anyone that hasn’t heard my story, […]

If In Doubt, Be Helpful

April 1, 2019

I attend conferences frequently and I find myself not being able to head into a windowless room too many times or see too many keynoters […]

Living The ‘Shine Theory’ Out Loud

January 7, 2019

I am working on it. Seriously. It is one of my goals for the new year. NOT to be comparative. Not to be envious. For […]