Last Friday, I wrote a tongue-in-cheek post about the habits of a mildly successful HR guy. I wrote this after seeing a tweet from my friend and fantastic radio-host, Amy Guth. She tweeted, “How about we don’t create another list of ‘habits of successful entrepreneurs’ who are all white, male, young and well-funded.” After a … More What Motivates You?
It’s been a few weeks since I’ve posted some pancake creations. Between taking my oldest daughter to camp and running a triathlon, I haven’t had an open Sunday to write or make some pancakes. It’s good to have an open Sunday to be able to spend some time in the kitchen and put something good … More Strawberries and Cream Pancakes
You know you love them. The articles of your favorite business magazines that list the habits of every successful business person. If you incorporate these 5 things, you, too, can be super successful and win the day! What these articles rarely explain is the definition of success. Most assume it’s based on money. Add these … More 3 Habits of a Mildly Successful HR Guy
If you didn’t know, I completed a triathlon, yesterday. As I mentioned earlier, this was not a desire to want to add to more to my current exercise regimen. It was just an opportunity to try to do something I haven’t done before. A chance to get out of the comfort zone and I accomplished … More Strengths and Weaknesses and Triathlons
This Sunday, I will attempt my first triathlon. To say this is a “bucket list” item is not really true, but it is something I’ve been curious about for some time. The biggest fear holding me back has been the first leg of a triathlon: the swim. Open-water swimming, to be specific. Swimming in a … More Triathlon on a Budget
We dropped my oldest daughter off at a YMCA overnight camp for the week, this past Sunday. This is the second year she attended and, this time around, my anxiety levels are a little lower and I'm getting a little more sleep than last year. Not by much, but it's better. Even writing this post … More Summer Camp and the Workplace
Everyone is freaking out about Barstool Sports CEO Erika Nardini and her recent interview with the New York Times. The article covers many things about her upbringing, her love of sports, and some of her interviewing tactics. She claims to text candidates on the weekends to test their response time. With this one little sound … More Transparency and the CEO