Why Coaching Matters

Everyone could benefit from seeing themselves from a different perspective. Our beliefs, our blind-spots, and our self-imposed limitations are all too often barriers to becoming who we’re really meant to be. This is especially true of professionals entering a new phase of their career or students entering a new course of study. The inner critic [Keep Reading…]

User Experience is…

The folks at GiantUX (organizers of the GIANT Conference in Charleston, SC, where I’ll be speaking in June) asked me to describe UX in 200 words or less. Here’s what I gave them. User Experience is a commitment to developing products and services with purpose, compassion, and integrity. It is the never-ending process of seeing [Keep Reading…]

The Song of Peace

Sooner or later, all the peoples of the world will have to discover a way to live together in peace, and thereby transform this pending cosmic elegy into a creative psalm of brotherhood.” — Martin Luther King, Jr. Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech We are all each other’s brothers and sisters. We all come from the [Keep Reading…]

My Year to Live

I am so excited to be one of the bakers over at The Pastry Box Project for 2014. The collection of authors is astounding and I’m very grateful to be among them. I’ll be published on the 10th of every month, so keep your eyes peeled. For my first piece, My Year to Live, I [Keep Reading…]