“Oh … fine. How were yours?” Hoping this rather provocative/obscure remark may pique your attention today. Let me explain. I grew up in a family that adored magazines: Life, Sports Illustrated, Gourmet, Time. We devoured the content, shared the photos, waited anxiously for our favorite to arrive. It’s no wonder that I still love periodicals and blogs and podcasts. I’ve been traveling recently so … Continue reading A Seasonal Thought from Ann Raney
“Life is full of obstacle illusions” ~ Grant Frazier At a reunion involving a couple of my dearest friends, my friend Neil offered the opinion that a parent can do no better than to instill in a child the characteristic of GRITTINESS. My friends and I go back nearly 50 years. We shared intense times doing really hard work on the west side of … Continue reading What is Your Grit Quotient?
Please enjoy this post from Joe Nagy. It’s back to work on Monday. One of the perks of teaching is that you get long holidays over Christmas and New Year, plus spring breaks, and of course a long summer break. I can never complain about a hard day on the job because my wife will always remind me of all the vacations that I get. … Continue reading How to Love Your Work (Joe)