Another entry from the "Way Back Machine," written and published in August of 2003, shortly after a searing trip to Hiroshima. I saw the Bomb Dome, was visited by the ghosts of people who left before their time. I was changed forever.Read More
A story about the passing in 2003 of a favorite basketball player from my youth, Dave DeBusschere, set me to thinking about basketball and ultimately my relationship with my father.Read More
An homage to my grandfather, Sam, by way of thinking about my career to that point and where I was going from there. Another piece from the "Way Back Machine," first published in November of 2003Read More
A road trip with my daughter in 2003 leads her to live in Japan for a year and me to think, yet again, about my own journey through life.Read More
I wrote a lot about personal journeys (usually my own) and the search for purpose and meaning in the years following 9.11.01. This one of the first times I linked Joseph Campbell's Heroic Journey framework with the work I was doing around decision making.
This was first published in October of 2002Read More
Another piece from the "Way Back Machine," first published in April of 2002. An overly long quote from a Star Wars movie followed by an yet another expiration of Joseph Campbell's Heroic Journey framework.Read More
This is from the "Way Back Machine: First published in August of 2002. It was and is a contemplation on an epic period of corporate avarice. One of many and a foreshadow of more to come not that many years later.Read More