I took several interviews in July and August, most of them in Boston. I hadn’t traveled into the city as much as I did when I was young and fun… but there it was again. The Itch. There’s something about a city – be it Boston or any other major metropolis – that exudes an […]
I no longer work for HB. The reasons aren’t important – what’s important is my relationship with HB for nearly 6.5 years. The company – especially the Creative team – have watched me grow from a boy into (arguably) a man as I bought a house, got married, and became a father. The “trifecta” of life events were all shared with my HB family.
Steven Pressfield’s post on culture hit me at the perfect time. In it, he talks of institutional culture (Apple, NASCAR, The Marines)… but more importantly, the power of personal culture.
Today marks my five thousandth tweet sent through Twitter, a social information network that I joined April 16, 2009. In those 1,315 days, I’ve come to value Twitter for far more than a tool for sharing my latest meal. Direct connections Twitter allows me to engage directly with some of my favorite authors, creative thinkers, […]
From the HB Blog We can fly a man to the moon, but we can’t design an effective ballot. What gives? It’s amazing to know that we, as American citizens, cast votes to elect our officials; however, it’s equally disappointing when your experience at the polls is nothing short of confusing. Earlier today, I cast […]