Belief.

A friend of mine posted this video on twitter and I was completely moved by witnessing this side of Lauryn Hill. At only 13 years old, she was able to stand before a stadium of people, who were there to judge her, and sing. The fact that children that age would risk such public rejection … Continue reading

My Best Career Investment Yet…

Smart people invest in things that matter to them. It takes money to get money. The guys in Million Dollar Listing on Bravo always show this by advising their clients  to shell out money to stage the house to move it faster. Or Ramit Sethi, the money guru who is always talking about the importance … Continue reading

February Goal Meetup

This has been an interesting month. I realized that adulthood scares the shit out of me simply because there is no path to navigating your life anymore. I’m part of a generation that holds living passionately and authentically as one of its highest values; I’ve got a lovely truck of college debt waiting for me; … Continue reading

What Haiti Could Really Use are Some New Stories.

I know a guy who thinks Cuban women are whores. The first time he made a widely disparaging comment about Cubans, I gaped at him with a look of disbelief on my face before telling him what an ignorant ass he was. To which he responded, “What? My friend who went to Cuba told me … Continue reading

Overcoming the Fear of Choosing

Being indecisive is perhaps my most frustrating weakness. When I get in line at my favorite pizza joint, it takes me a full 5 minutes to decide between the lasagna or the pizza. when I finally decide I’ll have pizza I have to make the agonizing decision between the 4 toppings that I’m considering.The internal … Continue reading

Getting to the Soul of Leadership

Last weekend I saw the movie Invictus and really enjoyed it. The film managed to capture the challenge of transitioning South Africa from a country under the racist regime of apartheid to a nation that was lead by a black South African leader. It’s a great movie because whether you are well versed in South … Continue reading