Creating Quality Failures

I attended a continued education workshop last weekend. The leader, a brilliant man in his 60’s, used the group to simulate real life scenarios to teach us new coaching techniques. He then encouraged us all to fail. “Fail and fail again” he said.  No pressure, right? For two days, our failures became our lessons. We looked […]


The Meaning of Love

A boy liked a girl in grade school. He teased her, she ignored him, and thus he teased her more. Love, she thought, was annoying. In high school, the boy grew taller. Secretly, the girl found him attractive and amusing. Somehow knowing this, the boy began to write her notes. On Valentine’s day, he sent […]