I’ll be quietly checking in as Election Day approaches to encourage you to engage at the one venue where the rubber meets the road. The ballot box.
Each of us have spirits who pin a tiny bit of themselves into the people we decide to become. Some are family by chance. Others are family by choice.
If you could do one thing this week to contribute to a positive tomorrow, to minimize one person’s suffering, to share a random act of kindness… What would it be?
Extraordinary times reveal character. Hurricane Ian’s aftermath reminds us that kindness still beats in many human hearts. Every day, we turn on the news and see narratives of hate, violence, and division. In a world that sometimes seems to reward selfish people who only care about personal power and comfort,…
Paul Jones was 67 when he wrote his now famous diatribe about The Beatles’ first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. Here’s what we can learn from it.
In a recent New Yorker examination of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign, historian Simon Schama pointed a spotlight on The Queen’s competitive advantage as a leader: Decency.
Just begun may be half done, but incomplete projects are like unseen waves in the middle of a boiling ocean; as Shakespeare wrote, “full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.” I’m looking at my to-do list. All are worthy tasks. Most move me toward my goals. All are pretty exciting…
I think about Jim every labor day. Of the hundreds of people in our organization, few earned less money, while adding more value.
Our earliest intimacies live on in memory. The right song on the radio vividly rekindles the sights, sounds and smells of the moments when we first began to expolore the mysteries of affection.
All media has a point of view. Challenge it. Especially if the viewpoint parallels your perception of the truth.