November 29, 2021

Monday Message For 11/29/2021

Over-communication is a useful tool. It is often necessary to overcommunicate because despite you saying the same thing over and over, people do not always ‘hear’ you.

November 22, 2021

Monday Message For 11/22/2021

The emperor having no clothes is obvious, even to the emperor. What is never too obvious is who has the power to tell the emperor of his folly that can survive the ordeal of truth.

November 15, 2021

Monday Message For 11/15/2021

Maybe you are giving the best effort you can give right now, and it is not getting the results you want. This is not a sign that is it time to give up, but a time for serious evaluation.

November 8, 2021

Monday Message For 11/8/2021

The reality of moving forward is there is not a “there” to get to that is better than your current “here.” You make the space you occupy better for yourself and those around you.

November 1, 2021

Monday Message For 11/1/2021

You can start a story with the finale, and even tell the whole story backwards. But you do not get the full context of any story unless you tell it completely, even if out of natural order.

October 25, 2021

Monday Message For 10/25/2021

The most basic form of intelligence you can display is knowing what you do not know and knowing not to talk about those subjects in front of a large audience.

October 18, 2021

Monday Message For 10/18/2021

Some things you cannot say publicly while making your way up in your career. Some things you must disclose as it becomes more obvious your career is coming to an end.

October 11, 2021

Monday Message For 10/11/2021

Cookbooks are not published to be sold as picture books or torrid romance novels. Cookbooks are meant to be reference books at worse, instruction manuals at best.

October 4, 2021

Monday Message For 10/04/2021

Two things that are never free are freedom and puppies. The effort to maintain freedom is always warranted. The effort to maintain puppies is not always warranted.

September 27, 2021

Monday Message For 9/27/2021

When you are forced to deal with tragedy, the question you are compelled to ask is, ‘Why me?’ The better question to ask yourself, considering the circumstances, is ‘What now?’