Struggling to get things done on your most important projects? Maybe getting to the end of the month and realizing that you haven’t moved an inch down the field on the one thing that will make the greatest difference? Take
Imagine you run into a technical difficulty and your program is delayed momentarily…when the show is suddenly preempted by Robin Williams with an impromptu stand-up performance. Can you imagine it? Here it is:
How do you herd cats? Can you herd cats? Good questions…probably most of us would automatically say, "No." I’d be right there with you! Until I read the following: What if you changed something about the conditions in which you
Picked up a copy of Peter Block’s latest, Community: The Structure of Belonging. Always interesting, Block comes at a core interest of mine from a very interesting angle. There’s something really "take the pebbles from my hand, grasshopper" about Block’s
Anytime we’re near the Indiana Jones ride…we just have to stop in. Debbie’s favorite ride. And cool stuff along the way.
Here we are…the Happiest Place on Earth. About to hit the Tower of Terror. The one on the right is Eric.
One of my favorite blogs is Mavericks at Work. If you haven’t added it to your regular reading you’re really missing out. In a recent post Bill Taylor referred to the 70 year effort to break the 4 minute mark
Sunday afternoon. A little after 5:00 p.m. 62°F. Listening to a little Long Road Out of Eden. Digging the 5 and 0 playoff Lakers! Kobe is the MVP! Getting the coals ready for a little chicken with the jammin’ Asian
One good thing about a cross-country flight? I got to read The Riddle: Where Ideas Come From and How to Have Better Ones in one sitting. Very interesting stuff. Is it possible to improve your creative edge? The central premise
If you were hiring for a journey from which you might not return…what kind of want ad would you run? What about this ad for Ernest Shackleton’s South Pole expedition? I’d say he was spot on…but definitely not a master