Power of “get to”

In the comments section of my recent post expressing thanks to my Jewelers Mutual friends, a former colleague named Patti reminded me of an important mental hygiene practice.  It’s one that’s remarkably easy to apply, but equally easy to misplace in READ MORE

My office post Boston qualifier

Lesson #3 – Thru vulnerability comes growth

Running has taught me a lot of lessons over the years. This is the third in an ongoing, periodic series of posts delving into what running has taught me about life and leadership.  Previous topics covered optimism and humility… I READ MORE

Lesson #2 – ALWAYS be humble

As a runner and as a human, I am most certainly the whole catastrophe. The good with the bad.  The epic fail, oh so pleasantly complementing the brief moment of glory.  The picture with the wonderful smile, but ridiculous squint. This READ MORE