A personal tale of reframingNovember 18, 2022
When I wrote last time that we would begin to look at some tales of reframing from a variety...0
Politicians and trustJuly 3, 2020
Most of the time, I hesitate to bring up any type of political matter here, unless there is a...
Flash or fire: what is your game built on?July 2, 2018
The preceding post, in which I wrote of Michael Jordan’s work ethic and constant will to prepare and improve,...
Living forward and looking backwardApril 13, 2018
In the realm of philosophy, renowned Danish thinker Soren Kierkegaard (1813-1855) is credited with the following declaration: “Life can...
Three lessons we might learn from Hillary Clinton’s electoral defeatJuly 20, 2017
Though I have now written a good deal about Mrs Clinton’s discourse during her campaign for the presidency, several...
Keep WalkingJune 23, 2017
Last Thursday, following my speaking engagement at the JW Marriott Hotel in Lima, I went for a late afternoon...
Using a narrative-based approach to explain the failure of Hillary Clinton’s campaignMay 25, 2017
In the next few posts, I plan to go deeper into my explaining my conviction that Hillary Clinton’s loss...
Why is personal narrative so important in politics?February 2, 2017
For me as a blogger, the American presidential election and its aftermath have become a gift that just keeps...
A village takes a standSeptember 16, 2016
There is one type of leadership story that I have a particular affinity for: tales of common citizens who...