Humility + Iteration = A Leader’s Saving Grace Today I read an amazing article by Dave Kerpen, “11 Simple Concepts to Become a Better Leader.” After reading his wise nuggets, I realized that earlier today I missed a chance to practice one of those concepts. Rather than getting discouraged, this realization makes me that muchContinue reading “Humility + Iteration = A Leader’s Saving Grace”
Driving along Route 202 on Concord Pike in Wilmington, Delaware in November 2016, I noticed a lone man standing in a normally-empty field, surrounded by dozens of American flags. It was a windy day. I rolled down my window as I inched along, which allowed me to hear the flags all flapping and whacking inContinue reading “Quiet contributions”
Ever feel like the world is falling apart at the hands of hate? Need a ray of hope? Want to make a difference, but not sure what to do? Try the HARMONY PHOTO CHALLENGE. Try these 3 simple steps to make the world a little bit better: Step 1: Take a photograph of people beingContinue reading “Harmony Photo Challenge”
Building phonetic pronunciation into the letter design of a font. Wow! This is a brilliant way to make a complex character set more manageable to learn. Check it out and see if you can find the Super Hero within: http://johnsonbanks.co.uk/thoughtfortheweek/phonetikana/ Thanks to Ian McLean (DJ Epyon) for sharing this creative approach. More interestingContinue reading “Phonetikana – Using visual text to teach Japanese”
Kevin Krause (a personal hero of mine) reminded me today about a post that he wrote years ago, which changed how I “do” life. Reposting in case it might change yours, too. Go get this day!