I can’t imagine anyone reading this who is even vaguely aware of who I am wouldn’t know how much I love golf. As my primary hobby/interest/passion, I spend a lot of time not only invested in playing the game but thinking about it, not simply from a technical and physical pursuit but also the many ...… Read the rest
Besides my ability to nap, my grandkids and my airport moves I don't brag about much. But in addition to those things I often brag about my network. Part curiosity, part luck, I've amassed a network of people in my life that is truly stellar. People in the world of education who are bright thinkers ...… Read the rest
How Long Since You Were in a Classroom?
Occasionally I hear teacher’s say that they question learning from presenters or facilitators who have been out of the classroom for a while. That’s a reasonable concern but it’s also very contextual. Being a grandparent is much like being a consultant. While it’s been a while since I was “in the trenches” of parenting and also ...… Read the rest
Who is Thriving?
For the regular readers I have, you may have noticed an increase of late in my blogging. This is not a result of any resolution or real intention but likely a by-product of less time and engagement on social channels and a desire to better flesh out my thinking and ideas and seek out those ...… Read the rest
I don't really do the #oneword thing. I mean I think about it and naturally, a word seems to emerge but not with the same intention as many. In the past, I've used and focused on things like joy and delight and those words last much longer than a year. They stick and become part ...… Read the rest