- Jun 22, 2020
What I Learned About The Invention Of Race
Race, as a field of study, is not (forgive the pun) black and white. It’s a labyrinth through layers of thought; from Aristotle to America.
- Apr 16, 2020
We’re told that the difference between optimists and pessimists is what side of the coin they look at in a random situation. Is the glass...
- Apr 1, 2020
Be Calm, But Don't Look Away
Life is at best indifferent and at worst cruel. Times of great loss are especially difficult.
- Mar 12, 2020
How To Work From Home - 13 Lessons
Years ago I worked from home a considerable amount. Currently, my wife works from home. Last night she and I came up with 13 lessons to keep
- Feb 24, 2020
The Best Thing
What are those unplanned or imperceptible moments on a nowhere Wednesday that didn’t seem remarkable, or even memorable at all, but that if
- Jan 9, 2020
My TED Experience + Advice For Future Speakers
This past weekend, I was the final speaker at TEDx Salem (you can see the talk here). It was about my recent book. It was a hell of an...
- Dec 25, 2019
The 50 Best Things I’ve Ever Learned Or Taught Myself About Writing
The new year is almost upon us, and with that comes the inevitable resolution. Whether or not this new “you” includes a more creative or...
- Nov 27, 2019
"Accountability" Needs A New Hype Man (Or Woman)
Instead of being the compass of our lives, accountability has become the yoke around our necks. It’s more cattle brand than north star....
- Nov 14, 2019
We've Been Searching For Meaning All Wrong
We've all been there; enduring a meeting at work where someone is droning on about accounts payable, or data loads, or project specs. To...