When should you take the risk for what you value?
We’ve been living at a distance, but everything’s a bit closer to home now.
My guest on the show this week is my oldest friend, Tim Protzmann. Tim has chosen a different life path. Not content to move to the closest big city, Tim went a bit further and has chosen to live the life of an international teacher. Tim has lived for extended periods in Guatemala, Peru, Kuwait […]
All the world’s a stage…
In light of recent and ongoing events, I invited back previous guests Steph Hunt and Tom Ward to the show for a conversation. Steph is the director of the African American and Latino Scholars program at Brookline High School; Tom is a Deputy Superintendent with the Brookline Police. I originally had each of them on […]
April 6th I first saw a basketball hoop with the rim removed. The sight by itself was striking. I shared the image on social media. It got quite a reaction. For those of us who love the game of basketball, the game is so much more than tallying points between opposing sides. The game is […]
In the second episode during the quarantine period, I talk about dealing with financial fear on the macro and micro level, relaying a personal story of a time of financial uncertainty. Available on iTunes, Stitcher, or through this link: http://makingkairos.libsyn.com/financial-fear
New podcast up. This is our time. In this first solo episode of what I will try to make a weekly series during the quarantine period, I talk about the Kairos moment I had yesterday when I went from a displaced mindset of fear to one focused on intention and positivity. We cannot choose our […]
It’s clear that living life is no guarantee, whether you are guilty or not.
Meaning, passion, and purpose are the highest ideals. Stability should only be sought in a worst case scenario.