The Fire Sessions

Years ago, as a Solopreneur, I felt very disconnected. I had plenty of time with friends, lots of interactions with clients, and a great relationship with my partner, but something still felt missing. Over time, what I realized, is that the energy I got from the successes over the week would quickly diminish, and theContinue reading “The Fire Sessions”

Aaron and Andy – Small Book Chptr 1

Started writing a small book. Here’s the first chapter. — Would love to know your thoughts. (Mind the Un-edited nature of it) Fucking up your life is a liberating experience. There’s a certain amount of validation that comes with knowing what you are supposed to do, knowing what they want you to do, even knowingContinue reading “Aaron and Andy – Small Book Chptr 1”

You can have all the tools…

As I work to get this poetry stuff out, to figure out why sharing it with the world feels so necessary, I’m starting to figure out how to make it more useful. You know, to the people listening. You can see that shift in these two videos. From just saying the poem and explaining, toContinue reading “You can have all the tools…”

Stop Saying Sorry — A note to United and other Airlines.

First of all, for what happened to the dragged off passenger, you’ll likely be saying “I’m Sorry” for a long time. What you probably haven’t realized, however, is that one of the main ingredients that lead to this might have been because you have been saying sorry, or some other form of apology, for wayContinue reading “Stop Saying Sorry — A note to United and other Airlines.”

Why We Suck at Conflict

Most people know the “right” way to approach other people. When sitting down, with a clear head and no immediate pressure, most people can come up with a way to have a conversation or even address something tricky that will likely lead to a good outcome. On paper. In practice, however, it’s a totally differentContinue reading “Why We Suck at Conflict”