3 More Parenting Rules of Thumb.

October 16

3 More Parenting Rules of Thumb.

Yesterday I talked about three basic rules of good parenting.

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Parenting Rules of Thumb.

October 15

Parenting Rules of Thumb.

One of my favorite parenting books is The Life You Imagine.

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Staying Up.

October 11

Staying Up.

“You’re going to be asked a lot of questions if it doesn’t work,” Girardi said.

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Being Present

September 20

Being Present

A few weeks ago, I wrote about my regret that while my career was taking off, I didn’t make it home for dinner with my family as often as I wish I had.

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Walk a Mile in their Shoes.

September 17

Walk a Mile in their Shoes.

In You Gotta Have Balls, I explain that in order to be a good manager, you have to know from experience what it’s like to do the jobs of the people you’re managing.

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In business disputes, customers can be collateral damage

September 15

In business disputes, customers can be collateral damage

As we head into the second Sunday of the NFL season, fans, players and coaches remain disgruntled because the games will once again be officiated by unseasoned replacement refs..

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How you say it and what they listen to

September 13

How you say it and what they listen to

In my last post, I talked about how all communication is not equal: that to get through to people, you need to reach out to them via their preferred mode of communication

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All Communication is Not Equal.

September 11

All Communication is Not Equal.

My kids don’t listen to voicemails. If I leave them a voicemail, they say, ‘Why didn’t you just text?’

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A Matter of Trust.

August 24

A Matter of Trust.

The Lance Armstrong saga is just sad. Because even if he did dope, cycling is a sport that’s riddled with doping, and winning seven consecutive Tours de France is therefore, no matter how you slice it, a fantastic feat.

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