Lately, I’ve been thinking about what’s best in one’s career: To stride or to stretch? I define striding as someone who does their job with relative ease but is still able to deliver a meaningful impact. Stretching is someone who is unafraid … Continue Reading What Matters to Me Now
A year ago i wrote about a quality that I believed to be the most overlooked quality in leadership. The response was humbling as many of you shared the same sentiments. It … Continue Reading Collaboration: Do You Do This Well?
Last month I was invited to speak at the Product School about my experience doing #product marketing and product management roles #overseas. I talked about a variety of reasons but perhaps … Continue Reading 5 Reasons to Get Out of Town
Earlier this month I attended my 20 year reunion at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota. There were a few friends who could not make it so — truth be told … Continue Reading 20 Years Later: Happy But Not Content
Today I came accross the below quote that I had not read in a while. I felt it was a fitting and an eloquent expression of the struggle that many … Continue Reading Truer Words Have Never…
On Tuesday, June 12th, the Golden State Warriors celebrated with their fans in the Bay Area their third championship in four years. As someone who just moved here, I cannot … Continue Reading The Golden State Warriors: A Team First, Super Second!
Most people will tell you that an effective business leader has certain attributes that help him or her get to where they are. They are focused, have strong communication skills, … Continue Reading Lessons From My Son (Part 1)
A year earlier I wrote about how my new born son has taught me simple learnings that could be applied in my adult life. As I look back, Mr. CEO … Continue Reading Lessons From My Son (Part 2)
This summer I imagine that many young people will be entering the workforce and beginning their career for the first time. It can be exciting and daunting all at … Continue Reading 5 Things I Would Tell a Younger Me