Last weekend my friend called me and asked if I could help her out on a film set she was working on. The person in charge of the production design had canceled last minute so she needed someone to replace them. At first I thought about rejecting the offer and telling her I was busy.… Continue reading Why To Try New Things
Our regular Friday movie night at our house will be disrupted next week as my daughters will be involved in a fifth grade fundraiser at school. Their school has an outdoor education program that gets rave reviews but is also a bit pricey, so one of the moms came up with a creative approach: run… Continue reading Five Ways to Prototype Your Career
“Experience is the teacher of all things.” Julias Ceasar was definitely on to something with this famous phrase. There’s no substitute for getting your hands dirty — the best way to learn something is to try it for yourself. Sure, you can read everything on the internet, ask for advice from friends, or even consult… Continue reading How to Prototype Your Career
Our picture perfect day yesterday inspired me to get out for a bike ride. As I headed up the hill and downshifted, it took a few clicks for the gears to respond. I realized I was long overdue for taking my bike in for service. Were I so remiss with teeth cleaning I’m quite sure… Continue reading It’s Tough To Reach Your Peak Performance If You’re Not Willing To Try A New Gear
Did you miss the journey to New Orleans for NACE? Besides a few ghost and voodoo tours, there was also lots of engaging discussion about some of the trends in higher education amidst the steamy temperatures.