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It’s the best weekend of the year and one of my favorite most memorable ones. Since I’m on PTO and I’ve got places to be and people to see, I’ll make this brief. This weekend means so much to me. I explain a bit of it here. There’s so much tradition and personal emotion in … More Memorial Day Weekend 2019
I just got back from a 3-day business trip and I’m offering a “hot take” here. It’s pretty simple and I’m talking to you, Bro Namath. Under no circumstance is it ever acceptable to continue a phone conversation into the bathroom. Ever. I encountered at least 3 situations where dudes felt their business was above … More Bro Bathroom Etiquette
Number 14 is in the books and it wasn’t pretty. If I would’ve run this race on Friday morning, I know I would have a different result. I was feeling good and I was rested. The following 48 hours were a different story. Never underestimate the power of sleep and rest. Just google the benefits … More My Half Marathon Race Recap
I’m running a half marathon, this weekend, and I’m pretty excited about it. This will be my 14th half, assuming I finish, and my first long race of the year. Even though the last month has been a heavier-than-normal travel schedule, and this past week has been filled with kids’ choral concerts and academic ceremonies … More Half Marathon Weekend
Do you remember the first weeks of your new job? The excitement. The anxiety. The feeling of starting fresh. Then somewhere along the way, you lost trust in your employer. Maybe a decision didn’t go your way or maybe you had a disagreement with a boss or co-worker. What I really want to know is … More At What Point Is Trust Broken With Your Employer?
I recently celebrated 5 years of employment at Slalom. Well, it was actually yesterday, and I didn’t spend Mother’s Day celebrating my work anniversary, but you get the point. It has been an amazing 5 years filled with accomplishments and many failures. My employee experience has been solid, and while I spend a lot of … More My Own Employee Experience