I don’t know what his name was. But what he said came at the perfect time.
Three miles from the Finish Line in Miami, three weeks ago. His simple sentence: “You’ve got this.” Even though I felt like the dirt on the bottom of my shoe at that point, he said he believed I could do it. So I did. Thank you, kind Stranger-Man. Continue reading
Moms and Dads, you’re normal. And you’re going to make it.
However correct I may feel about something, increased volume tends to compromise credibility.
Persuasion in the context of love rarely needs a microphone.
Wise is the one who recognizes the relationship between tone and reception. Between content and delivery. Between message and method.
Forgetting any of this makes it possible to be right and wrong at the same time.
Remembering any of this makes it possible to communicate more effectively, disagree more fairly, respect more fully, and love more genuinely.
While running this morning I met a guy named Roger.
He was directing traffic for a gas/utility company that was doing work on a nearby line. Continue reading
Writing now what I plan to say then…
It’s been a long time. Really long.
A few things to think about from a guy whose share of mistakes has successfully produced the list.
It can change things. Many things.
A moment. A day.
I was nervous.
I’d never done a spin class. Until 5:30.
Here’s the magic word for the New Year. Ready?
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