Tell it like it is When I was six years old and in the 2nd grade, I rode home on a small private bus that my parents hired. The bus dropped me off at my grandmother’s house on St. Johns Place in Brooklyn. St. Johns is a very wide street for New York City, with…

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It’s Not Your Fault, But It’s Your Responsibility Note: This week’s edition is a little heady. I had a bit of a rollercoaster week energetically, and really wasn’t sure where I was going to land. I like where I did, but it’s heady. So apologies if it goes over yours, I’m definitely not trying to.…

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This week I’ve been thinking about our ability to respond to things. Two things in particular: Failure to produce expected results Unexpected changes that are beyond our control If you think about our lives, whether in business or personal situations, these two things can produce so much anxiety and disharmony. If I think about what…

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