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I just finished reading the autobiography Miles and loved every page. I learned so much about Miles Davis, jazz, the music industry, and the dynamic of being black in America. I find myself with an insatiable thirst to better understand both jazz and the experience of those who have suffered much in our country, and […]
I wish I’d read a book like this as a teenager or young man, growing up in the South. Instead of spending the first several decades of my life rather blind to my own white privilege, I might have ventured out of my comfort zone and built far more relationships with African-American men and women. […]
As a white male ally, it’s easy to make well-intentioned assumptions and remain too inside my own privileged head. Articles like this help me a lot. I still have so much to learn.
Career Development/Vocation Aujla, Dev, 50 Ways to Get a Job Johnson, Whitney L. Disrupt Yourself: Putting the Power of Disruptive Innovation to Work Pink, Daniel. A Whole New Mind Hallenbeck, George. Learning Agility Covey, Stephen R. The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People Wilber, Ken. Integral Life Practice Palmer, Parker. Let Your Life Speak Csikszentmihalyi, […]
For me, a white male of privilege, yesterday was a tipping point when a subconscious perception became an obvious truth: career development is a human rights issue. Please allow me to elaborate. My life is dedicated to helping others gain the awareness, resources, and guidance needed to unleash their fullest potential. And I would be […]
So many apps, so little time. Many of us download dozens of them across a year, but only a handful become fully useful on a daily basis and cut across the key spheres of physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual engagement. Here’s three apps that have risen to the top for me: 1. Evernote What it […]
As I hit a “milestone” birthday this weekend, I find myself grateful for the journey so far and excited about the possibilities going forward. There’s a lot of things I would do differently if I could regarding people, circumstances, and key choices. But I’ve learned and grown from every outcome, every disappointment, every ounce of […]
Another partisan, highly-controversial piece of major legislation–taxes–is up for debate in the U.S. Senate. I’ve no idea as of right now what the outcome will be, but am certain that at least half the country will be upset with the final vote. It’s hard to think of the last time any piece of major legislation, […]