Dealing With Imperfect Humans in Your Workday

Dealing With Imperfect Humans in Your Workday

Last week, I wrote a really long post about two clients and their corporate stories. They were both separately caught in the crossfire. They worked at two different companies that they ultimately left. And each experienced very unusual and peculiar circumstances. I...
The Vet, the Accident, and the Class

The Vet, the Accident, and the Class

Many, many years ago I had a good friend who wanted to be a veterinarian. I convinced her to join me at college. She flunked out of school in her first semester and never went back. As she made that choice, I remember her telling me that it didn’t matter what...
Commit to the Process of Your Dream

Commit to the Process of Your Dream

When I was in college, my roommates and I dreamt about creating our own business. The company involved robots to help us get things done. At the time, I was an engineering student and they were in marketing and communications. We sat for hours over drinks, as we...
When It All Falls Away

When It All Falls Away

My son is not keen on technology. He rarely answers e-mail, is barely on FaceBook, and if I need to contact him, it’s usually via a few text messages or a phone call. Then we’ll chat for hours. He’s all about music and outdoor living and seems to be...