Why the Impossible Connects the Most

A Tribute to David Cummings

I was lying in bed last night and checked my email one last time. I saw the daily email from my friend David Cummings and was shocked when I opened it. “Today marks blog post number 3,000! I’ve been blogging daily for over eight years, and it’s time to mark the end,” wrote David. David Cummings […]

How a New Heart Gave Life Perspective and Meaning

“Ten years ago, I had a heart transplant,” he said. It was 11:30 am when he walked into the Tuesday Bible study at the ATDC. Tall, thin, fit and energetic, he was one of those people you are drawn to. Something about him made him immediately likable. You know what I mean. I said, “Hi. I’m […]

Welcome to the Family!

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I had no idea what you would put your mom through the day you were born. Her water broke at 4 am. She called and woke me up right after to say she and your dad were headed to the hospital. I hung up the phone and prayed. I had tears in my eyes. The […]

Are You Making Progress in Life?

How I Measure Myself

Twenty-five years ago I was in the midst of a complex and critical software development project. If it didn’t get completed on time, the business was screwed. Never Ending Parade I was talking to Doug, the lead developer. It was three in the morning, and we were at the office. I said, “All we do […]

My New Motto: Work hard. Play hard. Rest Hard.

Recently on a trip to Denver, I had a conversation with an entrepreneur, Mike (not his real name). Our chat that day stuck with me. “I deal with a lot of stress in building this business. It’s lonely and doesn’t go my way most of the time,” said Mike. “Sometimes I find myself looking for […]

What’s Your Company Culture?

It is crazy to me how outraged people are about the whole Uber scandal. Everyone who invested in Travis Kalanick, its founder and now former CEO, knew who he was. He hasn’t changed. Man of Vision They saw this incredibly talented young man with a vision to change the world in the developing share economy. […]