My 4 Year Old on Change Management

My 4 Year Old on Change Management

About a year ago, my company held our monthly Thought Meeting in my basement. In preparation, I enrolled my husband Eric to help me move the couches around to set up the room for the group discussion. My 4-year-old Gus watched this activity and grew quite agitated....
Yeah!

Yeah!

I was cranky when I got to the airport today. Another car ride. Another security mob. Another Denver train yelling, “YOU are delaying the departure of this train.” Another flight . . .this time in a middle seat. And it’s late. And then I saw a boy walking,...
Visioning with a 5-Year Old

Visioning with a 5-Year Old

I may not be the craftiest mom. I may not be the best at academic prep. I’m definitely not the one throwing the football. But there’s one thing I know I can teach my kids: how to create a life they love. It is the start of a new year, so we are working on...
How Mike Szymanski Saved My Life

How Mike Szymanski Saved My Life

This year, I’m thankful for my co-worker, Mike Szymanski. I sat next to Mike at dinner in Dallas a few weeks ago. I’ve known him for awhile now, but I didn’t know we shared a love of fantasy novels (my “love” of these novels might be categorized as something nearer a...
An(other) Uber Story

An(other) Uber Story

I’ve been doing some back-seat amateur journalism for the last year. I’ve been asking my Uber drivers two questions: How long have you driven for Uber? and Why do you drive? And some of the answers have been quite fascinating: “I was a petroleum engineer. I moved to...