#1 best advice in life
Grandad Hogan had a way of saying things that nobody else has ever quite lived up to. "Take no notice" was the pinnacle of his wisdom
The lowest point of my life is the best thing that ever happened to me
Depression gave me a gift. It was the gift of choosing who I would be instead of continuing by default to be who I had been so far.
Not-so-random acts of kindness
Have you ever worked for a kind leader? I have. They were the kind of leader that their team would follow off a cliff
When leading from home becomes leaving from home
On Friday, I was one of the 17,000 people that left their jobs at Delta Air Lines... in the lockdown era, how do you commemorate people?
Leading From Home Learning 2: The things that don't matter, matter the most
What do you talk about when you want to bring your team together every day and check in on how they're doing in a pandemic?