Crew is tough. I didn’t row and instead saw it from afar, as one of my college roommates rowed heavy-weight. Eric did, too, in college (and, did well at the national level). Now, I see it through one of my children, who is rowing for her school, often as stroke of her boat. Growing up
I was in awe yesterday. We ventured to Heartbreak Hill to cheer on the Boston Marathon runners. We were decked out in many layers and full rain gear and still became cold. The wind was very strong, and rain eventually found the slightest of exposed areas. It was monsoon-like out there. Very few people were
I don’t know about you, but, I suck at letting go of outcomes. I’m used to a system where the harder you work at inputs, the more outputs you get. As you get older, though, you realize that often is not the case. When I was young, the more hours I put into school work,
How do we perform at a high level, but, without anxiety? How do we live life with both fierce determination and ambition one hand, along with immense compassion and altruism in the other? How do you achieve greatness and avoid the pitfalls that have consumed people like Harvey Weinstein and so many others? I’ve been
Saw this on social media and thought I’d share. It is pretty cool. With all of the serious maneuvering going on in Congress, I thought it would be fitting to have a Friday moment of levity. Have a great weekend, everyone!
I follow Tom Brady on Instagram. As I’ve written before, the tough odds, pressure and down days he faced on his path to the NFL is an incredible story about perseverance (here). The NFL draft continues today, and some will see their dreams come true. Others will not. So, I love his recent posts: Remember: