“How you live, why you live, and in the manner in which you live”

http://www.espn.com/core/video/iframe?id=12118361&endcard=false I don't watch SportsCenter all that often anymore, and not the late-night editions, which is where Stuart Scott was more in recent years. But, like so many others, I grew up on SportsCenter, remember when espn2 was the edgy, lowercase station, and yet am young enough to not remember an ESPN without Stuart Scott.…Read more “How you live, why you live, and in the manner in which you live”

A few things I’ve written (and been quoted in) lately

I haven't been up to a ton of writing, but I've not been inactive. Here's what I've done in the past couple of months: SmartBlog on Leadership: Moving past performance appraisals: A conversation with Aubrey Daniels: This was a lot of fun. Aubrey is a wonderful, ornery, wise man who cuts through the theoretical noise…Read more A few things I’ve written (and been quoted in) lately

The JFK assassination and when events fade from memory into history

"It was a day I recall vividly like it was yesterday. We were, that very day, discussing the three branches of government (at a Miami high school) and the role of the President. I was making allusions to President Kennedy and the things he was doing when the announcement came over the speaker that he…Read more The JFK assassination and when events fade from memory into history

Things I’ve been writing: Covering #2013GC

I was recently out at the Milken Institute Global Conference, which is always an exhausting blur, albeit one that's educational and fascinating. I wrote five posts from there: Conference 101 for speakers and panelists How can entrepreneurs get the financing they need? How Disney built environmental concerns into its financial planning Live from #2013GC: Talent…Read more Things I’ve been writing: Covering #2013GC