Originally published on the Involution Studios blog The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) has been a recent target of attack. From the thoughtful-but-over-the-top Huffington Post article to the recent hit piece from Vox, online publications with high visibility are taking aim
I’m in the midst of making significant changes to how I live my life. This year, I will also turn 40. While I consciously do not think there is a connection between the two it would be disingenuous not to
Ever heard of Eric Shineski? I hadn’t either. Apparently, Eric Shineski was discredited and undermined by Donald Rumsfeld and the Bush administration for making what turned out to be accurate estimates of require U.S. troop deployment in Iraq. Today, he
There are a lot of things to look forward to in 2013… On the personal side, Brandon will graduate from high school this year. Remarkable that I will have a son who is thru his childhood and on to college.
My nuclear family has no place to truly call “home”. Our house we have lived in for just over two years, and on a weekly basis we talk about a future that will include something larger and more tuned to
Sometime in the next ~15 months – my birthday is a very carefully guarded secret – I will turn 40. I remember being about 35 and not understanding how some of my older friends were so stressed about turning 40.
We’re taught that parenting is a relatively one way shaping process. We guide our children and help them develop into adults. While we can expect to get a different perspective on the world from the process, the general notion is
Among the swirl of interesting, wonderful, inspiring, disappointing and tragic stories from the recently completed London Olympics was the feud between Carl Lewis and Usain Bolt, based on Lewis’ comments which included, among others: “If you don’t question (significant performance
Little Elena turned two while I was away in Europe the week before last. It has been a wonderful journey, watching her grow each day. However, even as I really focus on trying to remember the different moments as they
One of the best lessons I learned from my father was competitive humility. Dad was a tremendous racquetball player. For years he won the competitive “A” league at our Jewish Community Center, beating good players in their 20s when he