Sometimes I watch House Hunters International and think who the hell does that? But I know who does that. Alex and Jordan and their two kids and scrappy dog who want a “simpler lifestyle.” They pack up their house in [INSERT EXTREMELY COLD AND/OR FAST-PACED CITY] and move to a beach in Nicaragua. They conveniently… Continue reading House Hunters and Reinvention
If there are two things I love, it’s writing and personality assessments. The scientific validity of these assessments, including the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, is always a matter of debate, but it’s hard to deny that it’s just damn fun to answer a few questions and generate a report telling you “who you are.” Maybe… Continue reading What Does Your Writing Say About You?
I’m preparing for my second Toastmasters speech this week as well as the holiday (which basically means I am buying a lot of soft drinks and beer because I don’t cook), so I’m sharing a guest post I wrote for my work blog about the importance of followers, not just leaders. It originally appeared here… Continue reading The Lost Art Of The Worker Bee
Greetings from Chicago! I’m attending a work conference in this vibrant city that I was lucky to call home for four years during college (yes, my university was in a suburb, but still claiming it). Man, do I love a good conference. It includes so many things I value and appreciate: professional development, idea exchanges,… Continue reading Weekend Reads and Listens: Conference Edition