As I prepared my first cup of tea this morning, the ritual of it all made me pause.
I prefer Japanese Matcha, the preparation of which was developed ages ago as a transformative ritual incorporating the principles of wabi and sabi. Wabi representsRead more »
You probably know by now that I love to write—not just books but articles, comments, blogs and so forth. It stands to reason that the more you write, the more you get read. That’s the point. And if you areRead more »
I’m helping my friend, former fighter pilot Dave Rohlander, launch his book. The guy flew hundreds of missions in VietNam and saved many lives, so I trust him. He knows how to lead and has important things to tell you.
AndRead more »
Is it just me? Yes, both words feature the word “free.” But to many potential un-payers, they mean the same thing: free, as in do-the-work-but-I-ain’t- payin’-you.
I ask: Would you ask Sears to shoot by to fix your dryer gratis? WouldRead more »
Without getting political, I’d like to talk about yesterday’s election.
On the surface, I may appear partisan, but what I really am is an evangelist for people joining together for the betterment of humanity.
To the uber-capitalists, I sound naive. But toRead more »