Tag Archives: Work

What We Need To Be

In 2009, after one short year of marriage to the person I always believed to be my best friend, I learned a very important lesson and one that is best summarized by Max DePree: “In the end, it is important to remember that we cannot become what we need to be by remaining what we […]

Accepting To A Point

Working in an extremely creative line of business means that generally I’m surrounded by those who are accepting of even the most extreme differences within people.  I count myself lucky that I have like-minded coworkers who keep an open mind at all times or, as I recently discovered, almost all times.  I was at lunch […]

Demonstration Earns Credibility

In the break from consistent work that I’ve had recently, I’ve been attempting to finish several books that I started. I highly recommend all leaders pick themselves up a copy of Lee Cockerell’s Creating Magic: 10 Common Sense Leadership Strategies from a Life at Disney. It’s full of things that will make you slap your […]

Your Career’s Final Destination

Years ago someone, and I wish I could remember who, told me that I had the power to will things into fruition. At the time I didn’t take much stock in the comment. However, all these years later I think I finally understand what they meant. I know exactly where I ideally hope to work […]

You Don’t Work For Them…Do You?

Have you ever worked for a company where you were embarrassed to be seen working for them? You could be embarrassed because of what the company stands for, what product it puts out, or even other people associated with it. Unfortunately, I can relate to that last point. Earlier this year I was a freelancer […]