“My dear, here we must run as fast as we can, just to stay in place. And if you wish to go anywhere you must run twice as fast as that.”― The Red Queen, Alice in Wonderland, Lewis CarrollImage credit: iqonceptJust two weeks into the new year, I somehow already felt like I was behind,

Yes, But, I Should Be Done By Now!

Image credit: macniak“Fly Eagles Fly?” More like “Cry Eagles Cry!”If you’re a fan of American Football, then you’re probably familiar with the abysmal collapse of my beloved Philadelphia Eagles. Two-thirds of the way through the season they had the best record in the league. And then, they collapsed. Disastrously. Like every soufflé I have ever tried

Act, Analyze, Adjust: Lessons from the Eagles’ Season Collapse

Image credit: fergregoryCan you remember the first time you watched an episode of a TV show you immediately fell in love with?For me, it was in the summer of 1995 and I was hanging with some friends. The TV was on, playing a rerun of a show I had heard about but never seen: The

The ‘Yes, And’ is Out There 👽

If you are familiar with me and my work, you most likely already know what “yes, and” is. If you are new to my content though, you may be a little uncertain or confused. In this article, I explain what it is (and isn’t) to make sure we are all on the same page.Image credit:

“Yes, And” – Clearing Up Myths and Misconceptions About What it Is and Isn’t

Image credit: alphaspirit “There’s no failure in sports.”Recently, Giannis Antetokounmpo, the Milwaukee Bucks superstar, was asked whether he viewed his team’s season as a failure after they fell short of their championship goal (they lost in the first round of the NBA playoffs to the #8 seed – only the sixth time in history this

Saying “Yes, And!” to Failing (How Giannis Missed the Mark)

“Nobody likes change.” – Ross Gellar, Friends, Episode 3, Season 16 Ross was right; nobody likes change. As a result, most of us spend a lot of time resisting it. We wish it wasn’t happening, spend time complaining about how things were better before or will be worse after the change, or actively do things to prevent

Change is Inevitable; Resistance is Optional