Another year, another list of great quotes that I wasn’t able to use in an article. So, in an attempt to kick off 2016 with a fresh list of topical pop
For those of us comedy nerds, the new biopic, I Am Chris Farley, was something special. There wasn’t necessarily anything I did not already know, but it
Change happens fast. When it does, it is our responsibility to ensure that our workforce is ready. Some leaders do this by keeping everyone on a constant
For those of us pushing towards success, it is not uncommon to occasionally hit a low point. Whether it’s the result of taking a risk, burning ourselves
This past weekend, we lost a seminal figure in the sports world. Stuart Scott, longtime anchor at ESPN, died after a hard fought battle with cancer.
In the Weekender’s second week, I’d like to thank everyone for their support and interest. With all the energy you exert in the workweek, I appreciate
Too often, our go-to move when addressing an issue is to throw additional resources at it – more people, more tech, more money will solve all of our problems.
When’s the last time a TV show had your full attention? I’m not talking about something you casually like. I am referring to a program that you look forward to all week.
In the classic holiday movie Home Alone, eight-year-old Kevin is accidentally left behind by his family. His parents don’t realize this until they are
In keeping with the current organizational fads, I just read my ump-teenth book on the importance of mindfulness. Once again, I’m told that we should be