“I was diagnosed with asthma when I was 18 during my freshman year at UCLA. I refused to accept it - and I hid it from my coaches and teammates. But ignoring my problem didn't make it go away.” -Jackie Joyner-Kersee
The next step (Step 4) towards increased productivity is to aim to ensure that our new productivity process is sustainable and doesn’t quickly fizzle out. So often, we get excited about a new process but lack the tools
Yesterday I was thankfully able to take a walk in the City prior to teaching. I walked over a mile northbound on Amsterdam Ave. from West 60th Street until 79th Street. I then turned around and headed southbound
After four seasons, the NBC hit sitcom “The Good Place,” a Hollywood version of the afterlife, aired its finale last month, receiving a rare 100% rating by the revered Rotten Tomatoes. Not to mention a 97% liking
Okay. So far, we’ve planned our work, put systems in place to keep our people informed and are rowing in the right direction. The next step (Step 3) towards increased productivity is to roll up our sleeves and get to work.
President Trump and former President Obama are tweeting their respects and his praises. There is one, rather large, stain on his otherwise flawless legacy, and that is the accusations of rape made against him in 2003.
But no one wants to hear about it now.
It has been a sad week for many of our students in the wake of the tragic helicopter crash that took the life of basketball legend Kobe Bryant. I knew there were students I had to check in on that day to make sure they were okay, and
“It is a mistake to think that moving fast is the same as actually going somewhere.”
― Steve Goodier Two and a half years ago, I read a headline titled “WhatsApp Killed My Father.” Such a headline immediately
In his 1996 book about death, Herbert Fingarette argued that fearing one’s own demise was irrational. When you die, he wrote, “there is nothing.” Why should we fear the absence of being when we won’t be there ourselves to suffer it? Twenty years later, facing his