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I snapped this picture a couple of weeks ago while visiting NYC – I though the mural was cool, and a good reminder that in a world where technology is rampant, it is crucial for us as humans to maintain control. The point was illustrated this past weekend when the company that makes my son’s Continuous Glucose Monitor – Dexcom – had a server outage. I’ve shared before on social media that my four-year old…

In the 1930’s, Clark Gable was the face of Americana, having appeared in seminal film classics like Gone with the Wind and Mutiny on the Bounty. Because of this, he was widely known as the “King of Hollywood”. Today, if you ask the average person about Clark Gable, they’ll have no idea who you’re talking about. You may chalk it up to ignorance, or the passage of time, but Gable, and his ilk (The Bogarts…

I read this article a few days ago, In a Distracted World, Solitude Is a Competitive Advantage. It was written in 2017, which had me thinking about how much more distracted our world has become even in two years. I’m personally a big fan of solitude, so the words here resonated with me – I’m just someone that needs space. Regardless of whether or not solitude is something you naturally need on a personal level,…