My flight landed on Wednesday night, and then, I realized I was at the Pittsburgh International Airport and not the Cleveland Hopkins Airport. That meant I had to drive my car from Pittsburgh to Cleveland … Continue reading You might not always be an introvert.
When I was a teenager in the late 1980s, I wanted to live in Seattle in the worst way. When I saw the movie, Singles, I felt like I was missing out on something important … Continue reading Collaborating in the shadow of the Space Needle.
My friend Yvonne Carder shared this with me after we spent some time together at an author event. She gave me permission to share it with you. Enjoy. How do you explain to someone about … Continue reading Sharing a passion by Yvonne Carder.
My mother is usually the one who reminds my wife when it’s our wedding anniversary. Our daughter will make our birthday cards on our birthdays, which will come as a surprise to us. My wife … Continue reading I couldn’t even get rejected.
I had one of those moments recently. One that makes you pause and think, one that hits you right in the chest with a mix of emotional responses. “I learned from him,” Chris said, pointing … Continue reading More bridges, fewer walls.
He’s going to be embarrassed by this post. But he’ll get over it. I love Zach Bohannon like a brother. Outside of my immediate family, he’s on the short list of people I’d call if … Continue reading Let me tell you how we first met.
Most people would rather die than do what I do. One of my revenue streams is from public speaking. The fear of public speaking is known as glossophobia, which ranks ahead of death and heights … Continue reading It isn’t offensive just because you’re offended.
It vibrated again. For the fourth time in six seconds, someone who I’d never met had clicked “like” on a comment I’d made beneath a post written by someone else I’d never met. I picked … Continue reading Social media is dead. Long live social.