Run Smarter

When I was in high school, I ran on the cross-country team. I know for most people, running cross-country is just a way to experience lots of unnecessary pain really early in the morning, but I loved it.

Time for a Change

I’ve always been taught that time is a finite resource. There is only as much of it as there is. You can’t make more of it. You can’t wish it away and have less of it. It is finite. Except, apparently, two days out of the year. When suddenly, through the questionable “magic” of Daylight...

What’s the Score?

This past weekend the NFL Combine was held, which is the last big showcase for new NFL recruits before the draft in April. Scouts from every football team are there to assess the incoming players. Over the course of three or four days, they try to measure and appraise the attributes and abilities of every...

Aiming for Excellence

This is the final week of competition at the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. My family and I have watched the broadcasts and enthusiastically cheered on the athletes every night. Regardless of the sport. Regardless of who is competing. Regardless of the nationality of the athletes. This week as we were watching the men’s...

The Beauty of Technology

I was recently at an industry event where the main, and almost only, topic of conversation was how technology is radically transforming our industry. To be honest, I couldn’t be more thrilled about this prospect. I am someone who loves the ease and convenience that technology adds to my life. I was an Amazon shopper...