Category Archives: Authenticity
I happened to catch part of Wynton Marsalis’ interview on 60 Minutes a couple weeks ago. Wynton Marsalis is one of the world’s greatest jazz musicians, he tours as “Wynton Marsalis with Jazz” and “Wynton Marsalis Quintet.” I’m sure there … Continue reading
The other day I was grocery shopping, which, by the way, is one of my very least favorite things to do. The layout of the checkout counters leaves a bit to be desired. There are several rows, two cashier counters … Continue reading
Last weekend I attended a girl’s soccer game with a friend of mine whose daughter was playing. The competition was pretty stiff. One team clearly out-played the other. One team scored about 15 goals; the other team did not score … Continue reading
A personal mission statement doesn’t have to be huge, it doesn’t have to change the world; it just has to change YOUR world.
We all know the phrase: “it’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” Believe it or not, when defining your personal and professional success, it is critical for you to focus on who you know! Are you surrounding yourself … Continue reading
Do you ever hear a lyric from a song, or a quote from a book, or words from a speaker which seem profound to you or resonates with you in some way? It happened to me recently. This is a … Continue reading