Category Archives: inspiration
Charlie Trotter— chef extraordinaire, impresario and global innovator—died last week at 54. He was a general in the American culinary revolution, opening his Lincoln Park restaurant at a time when Chicago palates had just barely graduated from canned vegetables and … Continue reading
Liz Wiseman, in her book “Multipliers: How The Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter” asked: Are you a genius or a genius maker? Watch this video and “meet” one of my favorite genius makers…
I love New York—it’s a place that oozes confidence. Kinky Boots-style confidence. So I am talking about how to get yourself some of THAT.
When should you make a small move–and when should you shoot for epic?
August is here! Time to savor vacations, ice cream, salt water, family reunions, lake cottages, picnics (and music) under the stars. This year, I’m trying something different. For the first time in four years of blogging—I’m taking a mini-break for … Continue reading
This last week in Boston gave Americans a window into a new world. There was terror. Unspeakable horror and loss and tragedy. A whole city on edge, waiting, not knowing if they were next. And yet. The good guys stepped … Continue reading
Ever felt like you were walking in a wind tunnel when you’re talking with a potential client? He’s all about the cost and isn’t up for exploring the awesomeness that collaboration with you can create. She is more focused on … Continue reading
How to know—in that deepest part of yourself—when you’re doing the best you can do. And when to reach for more.
Ever wonder why your big dream isn’t happening? Give this a watch. And comment: do you have a dream, a vision or a plan?