Vision Makes Way for Daily Work

I was fortunate enough to attend a rare speaking event with poet, David Whyte, Saturday. For hours, David spoke above development and purpose with both casual stories and with poetry.

Put Your Name On It

For most Americans, there are very few times throughout the work week to claim something as your own. Most traditional jobs make workers feel more like a replaceable number than

Comfort in Conversation

Ah, the olde tug-o-war in training. Dancing between the stress of a maximal effort and the comfort of easing back on the throttle in training is a well documented experience.