Greetings, dear readers! It has been four months since my last newsletter. Partly that’s because I wanted to have enough...
Books I read in April 2021: A Religion of One’s Own, The Sand Sea, The Midnight Library, Pure, Wintering.
Simon Sinek advises his readers to “start with Why”—the question from which all other questions and answers flow. Yet we all have times when we lose sight of our Why.
Any hard endeavor presents uniquely good days and uniquely bad days. One of our most important challenges is learning to manage the bad ones.
My new book release, forthcoming short story, blog updates, and some recommendations for things I love.
Modern economics is largely built on the assumption that human beings maximize wealth. What would life look like if we maximized connection?
Life often presents decision points: do we avoid fear, or do we lean into fear? Our strongest personal growth comes through the latter.
Life involves irreversible “committing moves”, which result in success or failure. Rock climbing has taught me a lot about approaching them.
Despite the sense of winter darkness, I continue to search for the bright places. They are always there, if I look for them.
There are many possible career paths for orbiting the giant hairball. Part of your journey is learning to chart your own course.
In this series, I reflect on my experiences orbiting the giant hairball—serving my organization from above the stratosphere.
The Startup Community Way, Beyond the Summit, Endymion, The View from the Cheap Seats, Power to the People, Solaris