Reflect, Celebrate and Plan

Reflect on 2018 “I love those who can smile in trouble, who can gather strength from distress, and grow brave by reflection. ‘Tis the business of little minds to shrink, but they whose heart is firm, and whose conscience approves…

How Icons Guide You

“The modern work of art, as I have said, is a symbol.” – Herbert Read, English poet and critic You may not know much about iconography, but chances are, you’re immersed in it on a daily basis. Icons guide us…

Building a Winning Team: One Perspective

Atlanta United (Major League Soccer)  Atlanta United’s soccer team has taken the city “by storm.” Their merchandise is first in Major League Soccer in sales, and their average attendance (53,000) is fifteenth in the world across all soccer leagues (#1…

Parallels between Parenthood and Leadership

I can tell you first hand that being a father is not easy! I have three children the ages of 15, 12 and 9. They are all wonderful children and unique in their own ways. As a recent Dayquil commercial…

What We Can Learn from March Madness

The NCAA men’s college basketball tournament – affectionately known as “March Madness” – is a sports fan’s dream. Online brackets are completed by men, women and children both for fun and in competitive office pools. Some complete one bracket, while…

The Relevance of Footprints Left Behind

My family enjoys vacationing at the beach. Our favorite part of being there is walking along the shore, looking for the perfect seashell along the shallow incoming tide. My youngest daughter, Miller, loves to try and walk in my footprints.…

Life is Like an Amusement Park

Over the Holidays, my family vacationed in Orlando and went to 5 amusement parks in 5 days. In order to maximize our time at each park, we knew we needed to do the following: Have a general game plan: We…