The year 2020 is finished and most of us are more than ready to move on and embrace a new year. For many of us, the faster we can forget 2020, the better. Many of us are adopting Paul's words from Philippians when he said, One thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and straining … Continue reading Hindsight
Back in May of 2018, I stepped away from teaching a capstone course in strategic campaigns. I did this because 1) Entrepreneur was on oral chemo and not doing very well and 2) I was having a difficult time adjusting to Generation Z in the classroom. I've been an adjunct instructor for this capstone class … Continue reading Gen Z in the classroom
She certainly looks happy, doesn't she? That's because she's learned to ride a two-wheel bike! She actually has a larger bike, but it still has the training wheels on it. This one is a good size because she can catch herself if she's off balance before crashing and burning on the pavement. The hardest part … Continue reading Happy Tuesday: Twix style!
Many of you know I've been an adjunct instructor for the journalism school in our town since 2006, teaching a capstone lab for seniors going into strategic communications. And, some of you know I stepped away from this gig after the graduating class of 2018 due, in part, to Entrepreneur's cancer and his challenges with … Continue reading Stepping back into the fray
This ended up being a long post, so grab a cuppa and get comfy. I hope to see you all at the end. Back in 2015 I started choosing One Word for the new year instead of those pesky resolutions that are always broken before the snow thaws in the spring. In 2015 Entrepreneur was facing … Continue reading One Word for 2017