My entire life, I feel like I’ve been in conflict with managing my time. It feels like an odd place to be since I am striving for ways to become a better version of myself. Despite being actively aware there is a better way to behave, I have been woefully unable to create lasting change. […]
I took up the game of golf when I was 17 or so. I remember hitting my dad’s old wooden woods. That was quite an experience. My dad took my brothers and I to a small shop out near Newark, OH and we got our first set of clubs. I loved those clubs. I think […]
Would you be surprised to learn that St. Patrick was never officially canonized as a Saint by a Pope? Or that he was known for wearing BLUE, not GREEN?
This month, I did some research on the man behind the day and the history of how and why we celebrate St. Patrick.
When was the last time you had some critical feedback to give someone, and you took the time to ensure you had built the proper love and trust equity with them first?
This newsletter is always a good refresher on how to embrace difficult conversations.
January 2nd is a clarifying day as the New Year’s Eve fog clears and day two of our newly minted resolutions begins. It often gets uncomfortable. It’s an emotional day that moves me either toward or away from future actions.
As I reflect on this stage of my life, I wonder what new version of myself am I creating? What reimagined self will emerge?
It’s hard for me to believe that 40 years have passed. I distinctly remember being a kid when my parents turned 40, which is kind of crazy to think. I recall my dad throwing a surprise birthday party for my mom at their church (Church of Our Lady). She was so surprised. I remember thinking […]