When I read something—in the New York Times or Wall Street Journal or a newsletter, or online—that I don't agree with, I either move on because there's no reason to get upset, or I write a letter to the editor
Tom Brady is going to the Super Bowl for the tenth time, this time with the Buccaneers, and the Packers and Aaron Rodgers lost their fourth consecutive conference title game because the Buc's coach made a great decision to try
When you're coaching others you'll often develop responses in the moment that are actually appropriate on many occasions. Make note of them while you're talking (it will appear as if you're simply taking notes). Don't keep reinventing the intellectual wheel.
The Providence Journal reported that Rhode Island Hospital used part of its limited amount of Covid vaccine to inoculate the board of directors. The statistics are that over 80% of Covid deaths have been among people over 60, but they are
I was very moved by the inauguration, by the ceremony, the continuity over centuries, by President Biden's excellent speech, by Lady Gaga's joyful rendition of the National Anthem. I was moved by the young, energetic, youth poet laureate, Amanda Gorman.
There's no biological basis for race. This week, I'll discuss this topic with Lisa Bing. Listen to this episode on your favorite podcast platform: Let's face it, this is an important conversation that needs to happen.
"Digital transformation" is getting tossed around like “reengineering,” “lean,” “agile,” “management by walking around,” “the one-minute manager,” "good to great," and other such memes which have come to mean nothing at all. Is it a digital transformation if the clock in