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5 Questions with Jim Mitchem, Author of Minor King

This is the first time I’ve interviewed a novelist. It’s a special treat for me because I’ve been influenced and encouraged by Jim Mitchem’s writing for some time. Minor King… Read more »

Haunted by Hemingway

I found myself haunted by the following words of Ernest Hemingway: “Writing, at its best, is a lonely life. Organizations for writers palliate the writer’s loneliness, but I doubt if… Read more »

The Shift From Arrogance to Humility

The shift from arrogance to humility should not be a take it or leave it process. Far too often, the two opposing mindsets have been relegated to personality test outcomes… Read more »

For My Father

This post is from February, 2009. It was around the time my father died. Today is his birthday, a fitting tribute. The above is a concert clip of Eric Clapton… Read more »

You Are the Disruption

As I’m sure you’ve heard, disruption is the groovy thing to be in. VCs dream of it (the success part anyway), designers and developers are pushing to make it happen…. Read more »

5 Questions with Lois Kelly and Carmen Medina, Authors of Rebels at Work

I’ve been looking forward to this interview for some time. Lois and Carmen are two thought leaders I admire and respect a great deal. Rebels at Work: A Handbook for… Read more »

The BS Culture and Me

I’m thankful for my friends who’ve had the courage to call me on my BS. The was done out of love and a keen sense on their part that something… Read more »

Situational Mentoring

Why Men Don’t Value Women

Considering where we’re at in America (the world too) today, I felt moved to put this post from 2010 out again. I’m still learning… I’ve been thinking lately about what… Read more »

What Your Human Resources Department May Be Lacking

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