“Wait & DO” – Part Deaux

“Wait & DO” – Part Deaux

The first installment was fairly remarkable if I do say so m’self. This post? Wow, are you in for a treat—I’ve got taglines. One of my favorite concepts from Dr. Pritchett’s Hacking Uncertainty is the directive to “Open Yourself to...
Thinking Never Helped Anyone

Thinking Never Helped Anyone

Okay, that’s not entirely true, I’m sure there are a few examples of thinking that actually worked out very well for people. But, for the sake of this piece, humor me. One of my great joys in life is coaching Little League baseball…with two sons, 12 and 9,...
Call Me “Doctor” HR

Call Me “Doctor” HR

“You will undoubtedly quote me this proverb: ‘Physician, heal thyself’…” – Luke 4:23 Nothing paints a picture like Proverbs. Having “served” 20 years in the corporate world, 15 of those in Human Resources, I’ve seen my fair share of...
Playing the Fool

Playing the Fool

Skip Bayless is a hack. For those of you unfamiliar with Skip’s work, he can currently be found on the craptastic ESPN production, “First Take.” On the show, Skip and Stephen A. Smith (a buffoon in his own right) debate the current issues of the day....
Button it!

Button it!

Never miss a good opportunity to shut up.” – Judge Roy Bean If you don’t know Michael Keaton’s fine performance as Billy Blazowski, do yourself a favor: stop reading, watch Night Shift, and then we can talk. Specifically, look for a scene where “Billy Blaze”...