Here are the many postings I’ve made of meaningful moments in the recent years when I’ve not had a living father Read More
There is an excruciating anguish and it goes by the name of “writer’s block.”
I’ve spent a few weeks now thinking about my family, about friendship, about things that really matter to me, and I’ve written about 2000 words of Read More
I came across some digital files I apparently recorded in the hours and day after my father died and it reminded me about Read More
A year ago yesterday, I woke up to go to work, shut off my alarm, went back to bed, and didn’t wake up for another 10 hours. I knew it was the day my father was going to die. Read More
On February 8, 1996, one of the most profound moments of my life occurred.
This moment was a turning point. I started to think of the world and people Read More
I was reminded recently of the importance (or lack thereof) of the words we use and how different people define and interpret them.
In the era of Facebook and even more so now that we can “LOVE” things on that particular platform, “friend” has become a Read More
[AUTHOR’S NOTE: Holy shit!]
I frequently present to customers at what is affectionately called the “EBC” – “Executive Briefing Center.” It’s a Read More