Tag: pride

The wonder of saying yes and letting go (Part 3)

My fondest memories of school had nothing to do with class. And my favorite work memories weren’t really about the work. It’s always been about the people and the stories that happened somewhere along the way. And great stories, great memories always start with a yes. Note: For this story, it might be helpful to start with Part 1... Read more »

Fifty shades of fear: Why it took me so long to publish

I talk about spending eight to nine years writing my novel Toilet Bowl, but that’s not really accurate. It wasn’t like I was waking up every day for almost a decade putting in a consistent three hours of work. There were spurts, then gaps, then spurts again. Two years ago I developed more of a strict everyday... Read more »

Foghorn Leghorn: Art of an ego trip (part 1)

They say pride goes before the fall. That an overconfident person is setting themselves up for a major humbling experience. The bigger the ego, the harder the fall. That’s where I thought this post about Foghorn Leghorn was headed. This would be a Medium Rare life lesson about self-awareness and how feedback can help us... Read more »