“You’re about to burn out and should do some self-care.” That’s what my life coach, Fr. Bill Brown, told me last December. It was all self-inflicted but having two jobs was taking a toll. I have not taken extended time off since 1995, and so, I decided to take a one-month sabbatical in Montana to
What a day! I haven’t been back for HBS graduation since my own decades ago. But yesterday Mrs. T. and I went, and I am so glad we did. We’ve become quite close to a person whom we met before she went to HBS, and so, we wanted to be there to see her graduate.
It took a small miracle, two laptops, five hours, and a savvy daughter to tell me what to do, but we scored Taylor Swift tickets when they were put on sale. Last night was the show, and we had a great time. My daughter’s friend joined us, and it was a lot of fun to
Matthew Desmond is a Princeton professor with some interesting and timely takes on poverty. He has been making the podcast rounds for his recent book, Poverty, by America, in which discusses the many ways that poverty is in the USA has been persistent. He also makes the point that many resources that could alleviate poverty
(I occasionally write notes to my students. The latest is below. The second-year students are about to graduate.) Dear Section G and VCPE: I write this to you on a Saturday morning from my HBS office. The campus is largely empty and quiet, and I hope you’re all sleeping in. It was a joy to
Just dropped off our daughter at the airport. Am so proud of her as she starts a new job in California! She didn’t “settle” on either geography or job and turned down some great offers. She received her opportunity after untold networking Zoom sessions. I tried not to shed tears at the airport (failed miserably).