Maybe it’s because I love books and have ever since I was a teenager; maybe it’s because my wife and I were always on the same page about reading to our kids. Since the days they were born, we’ve read books to our boys. When they were babies, I read to them in their cribs. …
There are many, many ideas out there about what it means to "eat healthy." It’s easy to go down the rabbit hole and end up totally confounded — believe me, I know from personal experience! These days, food and I have a much less fraught relationship. While no foods are off-limits, I have a clear sense of what I consider healthy and aim for that. I also support sustainable and ethical agribusiness practices when time and budget permit. Below are five of the books that have helped me figur
I am endlessly fascinated by the link between the way we choose to live our lives and the happiness we enjoy on a daily basis. There are choices that you make every day, some of which seem completely unrelated to your happiness, that dramatically impact the way you feel mentally and physically.
10 actionable ways to benefit your brain each and every day.
A mind is a valuable thing to waste. You’ve heard the saying many times, but it truly does ring true. Your mind is your most valuable asset. You need to take care of it. So here’s a list of 10 things you can do every day to benefit your brain:
An apology is an expression of remorse for something you've done wrong, and occasionally serves as a request for forgiveness, as well. Apologizing for a mistake might seem like an impossible task, but you can get through it by swallowing...
When I am invited to “teach leadership” to managers in corporations, I use the first few minutes to address the issue of where and how one learns to lead—and what gets in the way. I usually begin with a confession and a question.
My confession is always the same. That I am hoping to learn something from our encounter, brief as it may be, that I will remember and use. This is what I believe good leaders and good teachers have in common—the commitment to keep learning as they practice.
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