Lefty Gomez, an all-star pitcher for the New York Yankees in the 1930's, is credited with saying "I'd rather be lucky than good." I think he had it right.
Once you've lived awhile, you come to appreciate that there are cycles, and the last economic recession was almost 10 years ago.
Lessons learned from a big interview and a big shirt stain.
An expensive swindle results in a temporary loss of self-confidence but a life-long lesson learned.
Throughout my career I've been taught new things that save time, decrease stress, and preserve dignity. I'm grateful for all of them, and I try really hard to give young people a break when they make stupid mistakes.
The year-end calls for a time of reflection, especially regarding the unpleasant occurrences.
In 1994, I was invited to the PR Seminar. It turned out to be the first of many.
Change is difficult and can sometimes feel like a large rodent is lodged in an organization's throat.