In this episode, we chat about making room for the things you’re great at and the things that matter to you most, and more.
Listen as we chat about personal development, change, improv, purple trees, and why Jeffrey Besecker can’t get no satisfaction.
In this episode, a broken dishwasher becomes a metaphor for what to do, and not to do, in life and work.
It’s fine to fly the flag proudly as long as you don’t forget what, and who, it stands for.
This is an excerpt (introduction) from my forthcoming business improv book “One Word Suggestion” based on the podcast of the same name.
Find your unique ability and use it before its too late. Mine is definitely not baking sourdough bread.
I’ve written more than a few screenplays. At least two are really good and should be made into movies.
You might think something as simple as sharing an infectious smile with a stranger is too weird, too awkward, or too hard, but it shouldn’t be.
It’s not often you get to thank someone for saving your life.
My wife is smart and sassy. But sometimes she gets her mixed words up. We think it’s funny. Maybe you will too. Read all the latest humdingers here.
Depending on what you’re looking for, I may be able to share examples of writing that matches your project or publication. For now, take a look at some of these.
Basketball players wear high tops and gymnasts use lots of tape, but less demanding activities, like the ones you do around the office, require a different, but equally important, type of support.
If a cocaine sniffing hippo starts chasing you, run in a zig-zag because they can only run in a straight line.