Why Do We Mourn the Loss of People We Don’t Even Know?
Why do we mourn the loss of people we don’t know? It’s because of one simple, yet powerful word, connection. We don’t connect to what people accomplish. We connect to who they are. I didn’t like Kobe when he first came into the spotlight. My only reason for not liking Kobe was because I didn’t want anyone to ever be as good
Dear Dr. King, … thank you.
Dear Dr. King, … thank you. Dr. King, Thank you for accepting other people for who they are rather than what they accomplished. Thank you for serving people who deserved your service just as much as those who did not. Thank you for seeking to understand, with empathy in your heart and knowledge in your mind. Thank you for giving your time and your talent,
Here’s What Walt Disney, Jimmy Buffett, and Garth Brooks Have in Common (and what it has to do with leadership…)
What do Walt Disney, Jimmy Buffett, and Garth Brooks all have in common? First of all, I love all three. Most of you do too. They’re engaging storytellers and they create memorable experiences which connect with and inspire people across multiple generations. Walt Disney Recently, my wife and I were surfing Disney +, and we stopped on