Turn your head

How often does this happen to you, you’re strolling/driving/scooting along a street you’ve been down a hundred times, you turn your head, and you see something you never realized was there. Right there, in that spot, that you’ve passed a million times. Did it just pop up? Did they build it overnight, and the air … More Turn your head

A Rush of Blood to the Head…how business can learn from music

I was sitting at my desk prepping midterm questions when suddenly I was in my old apartment, 15 years ago. The balcony door was open, a gentle breeze ruffled the curtains. Gus and Jello, the two cats who owned the place were lounging in the sun, one perched on the balcony rail, the other curled … More A Rush of Blood to the Head…how business can learn from music

Personal Development Plans… or, why you don’t want to be Icarus

It doesn’t matter which side of the table you are sitting on, working through development planning as an employee or with your employees can be painful. The conversation sometimes goes like this: “I don’t know, I’ve been here so long, what is there really left to learn?” or “There is so much uncertainty right now, … More Personal Development Plans… or, why you don’t want to be Icarus

Quit wasting time… or why binge watching Glee helped me break-up with Netflix

Binge watching Glee over the December holidays helped me break-up with Netflix. Ok, like not really break-up, more like take a break – like Ross and Rachel. Here’s the thing, I’m going to get really personal about my TV watching habits, and you are likely to judge me by the shows I watch and the … More Quit wasting time… or why binge watching Glee helped me break-up with Netflix