Working to shed light, not heat. (Check out this presentation at 26:30 for a primer on the concept.)

I work with WordPress and have a lot to say about leadership, food, and my dog. Join me on my never-ending journey toward being the change we need to see in the world.

Older content on this blog is from a multi-year writing assignment. When I graduated high-school, my mother realized that I was somewhat lacking in my communication skills. She challenged me, in the way only mothers can, to write daily.

Though some posts are embarrassingly badly written, or self-centered and shallow, I keep them around to remind myself how far I’ve come. And how right parents often are. I can now communicate complex ideas from beginning to end, without getting myself horribly off track, and even finish with a compelling conclusion.

One comment

  1. Jack · August 8, 2015

    Your mother was correct. Write something each and every day. Write about anything.the stars and moon reveal to you, and why not. Put words together allowing yourself the joy of discovering life between the words. Just do it.

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