The dogs and I went for coffee yesterday morning. We passed a dozen people walking their dogs at 6:30. I see every one because Bentley barks at every one. He reminds me of China, constantly extending its territorial waters.
Attendance is declining in major league baseball in the U.S. That's not surprising to me. I'm from the era when it was expected that pitchers would pitch an entire game unless being battered, weak hitting shortstops didn't make $20
There's an old story about a new, young priest assigned to a parrish. The pastor welcomed him and asked how he was doing. "Fine, but I'm a bit bummed because someone stole my bicycle." The pastor empathized but said, "Treat
Learning is abstract and often useless unless it's reified. The theory of how to ride a bike, steer a car, or ski downhill isn't very useful until you practice it, making the inevitable adaptations you need to be successful.
Ah, pageantry! I've just returned from London where I found the British to be a bit blasé about the Royal Wedding. They're very supportive, everyone loves Harry and Meghan. But we Americans seem to particularly dote on these events,
I've always found kids to be incredibly resilient. We tend to underestimate them. When I've had to counsel people considering or in the midst of a divorce, I've told them never to use the kids as an excuse for
I'm rather famous for asking people, "What's your point?" I don't ask it sarcastically once they've finished a statement, I ask them curiously in mid-sentence because I can't figure out what they're talking about. This is most often caused by
On Friday I completed my fourth annual Million Dollar Consulting® Convention. I had eight speakers from my community, plus my special guest, Chip Bell (and a surprise magician). Almost 60% of the attendees signed up and paid immediately for