Sometimes you’ll be afraid. Sometimes you’ll think you’re out of your league. But you’ll keep showing up every day, putting in the work. You’ll put up more than 26,000 shots in your career. Almost six out of 10 won’t even go in. I told you this game was a sonofabitch. Don’t worry, though. A successful
As a VC, a theme that often comes up with entrepreneurs is stress management. It also comes up as a parent, as I both try to coach my children and practice what I preach to them. Recently, a friend on Facebook mentioned the above video (or, click here). It is a quick 90 seconds and
I write this with no drama: I’m signing up for a self-defense class. I at times fly fish in very desolate areas, and it feel prudent to be prepared. I just read this article on line that documents Trump followers harassing Asian-Americans. A friend last night posted this on Facebook: The barber shop is in Cambridge,
An empty bedroom, dark and unusually tidy. One fewer place setting at dinner. A piano no longer played daily. A feeling that times have changed. _____________________________ Mrs. T. and I dropped off our son at college. We are very happy for him as he launches on a new path. We agreed to try to focus
I’ve seen people do some crazy things. When stressed, sometimes, people do things that are entirely not in their best interests. Or, so it seems. With Donald Trump, there’s a great deal of consternation and/or glee as to why he keeps shooting himself in the foot. My theory: deep down, he doesn’t want to win.
@KaiGray recommended Steve Martin’s autobiography, Born Standing Up. I just finished it, and it is a great read. Back when SNL was really starting to kick it, and people listened to comedy albums, Steve Martin came onto the national scene. I’ve always found him to be incredibly funny, in a wacky way. Some of my favorite