How Did Walking Keep People Sane During Pandemic

Thanks to long time friend and colleague, Barrie Marchant for sharing this beautiful article by Sibbie O’Sullivan from the Washington Post  about “walking, as so many people have discovered during the coronavirus pandemic, is freedom. Three new books remind us that it’s also so much more.” … READ FULL POST

Lead the Vision, Not the Minutiae

What’s the secret to radical growth, innovation and success? It’s the same tactic used by organizations throughout the world for growth strategies. You probably know it, but may not yet be adopting these tactics: • Spend your time on big picture visioning and innovation by … READ FULL POST

How to Survive in the “New Normal”

In our “new normal” during this Covid-19 era, we are forced to rethink our life, work, careers and obligations.   IN THIS ECONOMY  Many employees are laid off and considering the option to start a business. Various existing businesses are pivoting to revise their offerings, … READ FULL POST

Bernstein’s “America” Caps Irony of “Vice”

If you’re going to see the extraordinary film Vice, you’ve just got to first revisit the number America in West Side Story (staged 1957). I was shocked by its sad relevancy to our current (racist) immigration strife and urban displacement, ironically set to uptempo, cheery music. … READ FULL POST