Life is not a sitcom. When we go to work, we are not checking in on the set of The Office, or Mad Men, or Parks and Recreation. If life were a sitcom, the inappropriate things some of us say and do at work would be OK. But this is reality. We don’t get to […]
Eavesdropping. We’ve all done it – either intentionally or because we were within earshot of a conversation and there was no avoiding it. This is how it felt reading Sheryl Sandberg’s latest book, Option B. Option B is Sheryl’s account of becoming a widow, mourning the loss of her husband, and coming to terms with […]
Everyone has a preference when it comes to first date activities. The following responses to the question: “What is your go-to first date activity?” may give you a few new ideas. QUESTION: letsgojames One of my first dates a while back was brunch, followed by indoor rock climbing. It was fun. She wasn’t an active […]
I’ve been picking the brains of my friends about various dating topics and compiled them for you to see. The more we talk, the more we’ll understand! Question: Fellas – What makes an event more appealing? What elements make you more likely to attend a social event?” Answers: Brent: …having an event at a cigar […]
A review of “i hate the internet” – a novel / social commentary by Jarett Kobek which illustrates how the Internet is jacking us up one post at a time.
The rules that get me through my runs are the same rules that get me through work and life. Things get uncomfortable but I keep going.
Bud Hammes was the catalyst for change in La Crosse, WI – a city of 52,000 people. If one man could trigger change in the mindset of 50,000+ people, why do some think they are too “small” to trigger significant change in their organizations? When I hear comments like “That’s above my pay grade,” or […]