Once you know something, how do you ignore it? My struggle with Football: My fun connection with my Son
From my article on the Huffington Post As part of building a digital video library at Carnegie Mellon University, I worked on a visionary video play analysis project with the NFL video directors fr
Hope 2014 has started off well for you. Sorry for the long silence. I have been devoting most of my attention to help launch a live virtual workshop in Mindful Leadership for Janice Marturano.
When you look up the Lifestyle section in a newspaper, it usually contains feature articles about entertainment, travel, fashion, cooking and other useful household hints. When you look for a Lifest
Over the past several months, I had the great privilege of experiencing the magic of our wonderful universe. Based on this experience, I had the following epiphany -- "When you drop your agenda and s
Conditioning, Conditioning, Conditioning. Knowingly or unknowingly, we have managed to develop a system in most cultures to condition kids to stay within the lines, either through innocuous methods
About 10 years ago, I bent down to pick up a measly toothbrush and I developed a catch in my lower back and I could not stand up. I was in tremendous pain and we called the doctor for help. The fir
Over the weekend, July 6, 2013, my good friends Ned and Nick sent me a link to a very interesting article which also appeared on the Sunday Edition of the New York Times titled, "The Morality of Medi