Social Media is an inescapable culture that permeates every aspect of our lives. Trouble begins when we forget the rules of human engagement. Here are three common mistakes we’ve all made on-line and how to avoid them.
Like two sides of the karma coin, resistance is both an enemy and an ally. Some days, the negative side of the resistance coin rules.
I’ve been thinking a lot about the James Lane Allen chestnut, “Adversity does not build character, it reveals it.” The frightening events unfolding in Ukraine cast character in stark relief. Here are some take-aways.
One of life’s ironies is how failure is a requirement for success, suffering can amplify empathy and the view from the summit is more meaningful when you’ve known the darkness of the valley.
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.
If you can get out of bed in the morning and are still standing when the day is done, that is a reason to celebrate success.
Birthdays are moments when I look back over my blog posts to see if I’ve learned anything from the seasoning that is supposed to make us wise. Yes and no. Looking back over six decades, I attribute whatever success I may have had, in great measure, to luck. Yup, I…
Effective leaders stand for something, earning trust and respect, sometimes at the expense of popularity. Sacrifice and risk come with the territory. In my early teens, I often accompanied my superintendent dad to Ann Arbor School Board meetings. It was a time of cataclysmic cultural change. The friction between old…
The need to leave a legacy is our spiritual need to have a sense of meaning, purpose, personal congruence, and contribution. – Stephen Covey