A treatise on how to make a wise decision Oh to be young and millennial. I kid. It would be great if I could go back to my twenties, but only if I could keep all the wisdom I have earned. I was reminded of this when I visited my new fave site, Quora. Today […]Read more "Today on Quora: Can you choose my life?"
The Power of Perception I love Quora. In fact, I am grateful that there is a site where anyone can ask about anything and the people of the “Net” are gracious enough to answer. I’ve shared things. I’ve learned things. Today, someone asked a question that hit a nerve. The question was “Why do people […]Read more "Can We Agree to Disagree?"
As I’ve said, wisdom comes in many forms. We got an great look into the all male world of advice in a recent episode of Blue Bloods, the Tom Selleck series…in full disclosure, I watched every Magnum P.I. episode and most of his other works so I may be biased–plus one of my beloved cousins, […]Read more "You Can’t Drive A House? Take A Look…"
One of the great things about all the social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+) is the ability to connect with people. Not only those that we can see face to face – those are great times – but also those that live on the other side of the world or who travel in other social […]Read more "The Power of Magic Time"
It’s been a week since President Obama interrupted our Sunday evening television to let us know about a successful military action. We’ve been at war with Al Qaeda for 10 years. Our Navy Seals executed a secret mission that ultimately led to the death of its leader, Osama Bin Laden. Like many, I had mixed […]Read more "Thank You, Jessica, For Your “World Wide Rave”"
Christina Ricci, after 50 films, does not believe she’s famous. Or something like that. What a refreshing thought. She plays mind games, she said. “The whole world’s a small town and everyone’s on my side.” It’s not really a mind game, it’s a refreshing perspective from one of Hollywood’s more prolific actresses. Again I was […]Read more "Big World, Small Town—It’s all in your perspective"