In his book Atomic Habits, James Clear states, "When a measure becomes a target, it ceases to become a good measure. In our data-driven world, we tend to overvalue numbers and undervalue anything ephemeral, soft, or difficult to quantify. We mistakenly think the factors we can measure are the only factors that exist, but just… Continue reading The Measure Of
LOVE this photo of Josh Cropp and his wife, Natalie. The traditional blue and pink "expecting" balloons offset by a pop of yellow sets the tone for the excitement written all over Natalie's face. Josh - the practical one - cracks me up with his sensible grin. I'd love to have seen thought bubbles rising… Continue reading A Yellow Balloon
I feel beyond privileged to be a connector in my community among many business people who truly live in the spirit of giving, who raise themselves to a higher standard, and who expect nothing less of the colleagues and clients they encourage and support on a daily basis. Here are my thoughts on connections and referrals.