Recently I distilled the common questions I have asked during hundreds of interviews I’ve conducted during my career. Here are the top 10.
Here are a few suggestions based on lessons I have learned along the way. They may or may not work for you. The work for me.
Life is more fun when you have a partner to share it with. My adult life has been infinitely richer with Colleen by my side.
Thoughts and prayers, can be compassionate empathy with spirits in turmoil. Or, they can convince us we are doing something when we are doing nothing.
Nothing fires the desire to win like a worthy competitor. Competition can either destroy you or open the door to extraordinary achievement.
Value is in the eyes of the beholder. Everyone we meet will paint their own picture of who we are. The only picture that matters is the one we create.
This July 4th, may we focus on the best intentions of our imperfect founders and continue to fight for what can be, without complacency with what is.
The enemy, your competition, the status quo, is counting on the fact that you won’t commit to do what it takes to get what you want. Will You?
“Hey, Dad. You’re invading my dreams again.”
“It’s Father’s Day. Wanted to stop by and share best wishes.”
John Teachout tuned our family piano when I was a kid. He was blinded in World War II but had clearer vision then many sighted people. He taught me a life lesson I remember to this day.