What I miss most is being in love. Just this morning. Today will be different. Tonight there will be something else to distract me. But now. Right now. I miss what that felt like. Today I am grateful I can remember.
The girl in the blue shirt calls him bald. He's not bald so he calls her stupid. We don't call people stupid, the teacher says. But she No buts. You know better than to say that word. Another mark beside his name. One more and he goes to the office. Nobody ...
It is an email, something I almost miss because of my inclination to immediately trash most correspondence in my personal account these days. Because I don't own a cell phone and I don't text and I don't know how to handle the onslaught of most social media...
Today I am grateful for silly conversations with my Dad and the knowledge I would have missed the one we had last night if I had been on that boat.
At the end of the best day possible you realized you forgot what you had been working for because you were working so hard to get the next thing done. In the last hours of ohmygosh the show is tonight you did your best to make everything as perfect as pos...
Seth's Blog: Quid pro quo (you can't play ping pong by yourself)
The irony of "getting in return for giving" is that it doesn't work nearly as well as merely giving. Giving because you care, because you ha
Seth's Blog: A hierarchy of failure (from brave to shameful)
Mistakes! A series of failures as you follow a path of persistent long-term effort characterized by ongoing learning and a reputation that i
Seth's Blog: Committing to a cycle of honest communication
Is there any better way to start a business partnership? Any partnership? If you're unable to have substantial conversations with your boss
Seth's Blog: Frequency, repetition and the power of saying it more than ...
"I'm only going to tell you this once..." There's a lot to be said for conditioning your audience to listen carefully. If they know that val