On Being First and Alone

I have a lot of firsts in my life. I’m the first in my family to finish college. The first to have a corporate job, travel abroad and see the world. Early to a world with a social footprint and a public life. Also, I was early in my career. Learned about the cloud and…

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Why Wait 20 Years to Report Harassment?

Hi, everybody! It’s January, and I’m pleased to see that the #MeToo movement hasn’t become the everybody-hates-men-circus that people predicted. Although it’s never too late for the bottom to fall out, I suppose. Instead, many people are having serious discussions about how companies can protect all workers from abuse and harassment. TLNT is hosting an…

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2018 Resolutions

I always end the year by writing about my accomplishments, failure, regrets and resolutions. I love this time of year because the calendar naturally moves me to reflect and take action. This post is all about 2018 resolutions. Earlier this year, my marriage needed a tune-up. To be fair, all relationships require regular maintenance. Mine…

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2017 Regrets

I always end the year by writing about my accomplishments, failure, regrets and resolutions. I love this time of year because the calendar naturally moves me to reflect and take action. This post is all about 2017 regrets. Out of all of these articles, this is always the most difficult one to write. I think…

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2017 Failure

I always end the year by writing about my accomplishments, failure, regrets and resolutions. I love this time of year because the calendar naturally moves me to reflect and take action. This post is all about 2017 failure. My biggest failure was GlitchPath. It was a start-up focused on preventing project failure that failed. I…

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2017 Accomplishments

I always end the year by writing about my accomplishments, failure, regrets and resolutions. I love this time of year because the calendar naturally moves me to reflect and take action. This post is all about 2017 accomplishments. As I write this, I’m in my jammies by the fireplace. Already I’m winning. Looking back at…

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Healthy Debates, Friction and Blogging

Embed from Getty Images Healthy debates on the internet are hard. If you know someone and disagree with her, feelings get in the way. If you don’t know someone and disagree with her, it’s even worse. The whole interaction can become a psycho-social pile of garbage that doesn’t further the debate and leaves people feeling…

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