About this blog
I write about communication, leadership and change, drawing on a 30-year career in journalism, public relations and management.
Tag Archives: change
I have been thinking these last few days about a quotation attributed to the German writer Goethe: “If I accept you as you are, I will make you worse; however, if I treat you as though you are what you … Continue reading
Just before Christmas, I made a lot of changes to my 2009 Apple iMac computer. I installed new memory cards and doubled its RAM from 4 to 8GB. I upgraded the operating system to Apple’s newest Mavericks OS. I upgraded … Continue reading
Has this ever happened to you? You finally work up enough nerve to ask someone out, but the person already has a date. You ponder for days whether to put in for that new job at work, only to find … Continue reading
I had the good fortune of attending the University of Virginia, a school with many traditions associated with its celebrated founder Thomas Jefferson. It’s “Mr. Jefferson’s University,” and his presence is still felt in the “academical village” he created in … Continue reading
Have you ever felt that you’re standing on the threshold of a dream? Maybe you’ve gotten in on the ground floor of the “next big thing.” Or you’re part of something that just might change history. I’d say most of … Continue reading