I wait in a TSA line at LaGuardia Airport, inching my way toward the front, when I notice a man and a woman. They stand next to each other, laughing, bantering back and forth. The man takes the palm of his right hand, playfully places it on the woman’s forehead for a quick second.
Give me some of that energy, he says and withdraws the hand. (more…)
It may sound like an academic question. It isn’t.
Which of your personal assets make your colleagues, clients, team want to follow you? Is it your warmth? Is it your competence?
The answer – duh – is both. But here’s the differentiating part: With the HAPPY WARRIOR, both are EQUALLY expressed. (more…)
It happened last week while I was in Europe.
Soccer fever fired up my heart. The European Championships in full bloom.
My 91-year-old mom and me, howling at the tv screen in her living room, cheering the German team. The joys of soccer run deep in my family. Decades of tv watching with mom and dad and my brother Thomas. Yup, sweet. (more…)
I was in Europe last Friday when Brexit results were announced.
I’m not here to pass judgment on whether the Brits got it right or wrong. The EU is an exquisite political dream. Yet many things are wrong with the present-state EU.
Watching Europe’s political leaders react? Now that was excruciatingly wrong in so many more ways.