One of the reasons I love that my two sons play organized sports is all of the lessons that come from it and the discussions I get to have with them as a result. This spring my oldest son, Dylan, is playing soccer for a team in one of the top divisions in the state.
Recently, after a long flight back from the west coast, I awoke from my “plane sleep” as the aircraft touched down. Looking at my watch, I was pleasantly surprised to see it was about 12:45 a.m., almost 40 minutes ahead of schedule. As any frequent traveler knows, arriving early these days can be both a
This Quarter Turn was written by my good friend, colleague, and editor extraordinaire Rob Otte. I hope you enjoy it as much as I have. Alignment Rather than Achievement Has anything like this ever happened to you? You’re feeling great about yourself because of something you achieved, and someone comes along and bursts your bubble.