5 Ways to Successfully Manage Your Media

  More data has been produced in the last two years than all of the data produced throughout our documented history. I know that’s hard to believe, but when you consider that we are all living during the Information Age, I suppose that it makes what I just shared a bit more digestible. Just think Read More

Will you come to the table and eat?

  Last night, I was chatting with a friend who made a statement that really stuck with me. The statement he made was, “People don’t know, what they don’t know.” This caused me to contemplate the following: If people knew, what they didn’t know, would they take the time to gain the knowledge they were Read More

Have Courage – A Tribute to Nelson Mandela

Recently I have questioned my commitment to the ideals I pursue, teach and believe. I would guess that most of us would say, the most provocative question by which we could measure belief is simply, “Would you die for it?” Death for belief has created martyrs, many of whom have names we do not know, Read More

3 Inspirational Lessons from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Dr. King has been a source of inspiration for me, since I was a child. It was Dr. King (by way of my elementary school teachers) who first introduced me to the idea of dreaming and standing steadfast in a dream. To honor Dr. King, on the day that has been set aside to celebrate his Read More