Mirror, Mirror in the Cloud

Interacting with people on their terms isn’t pandering. You don’t have to become some sort of social chameleon. This is really just another example of the subtle mirroring that makes so many aspects of life easier (and more successful).

Count Me In.

You don’t have to carpool to soccer practice with employee #2 of the next big thing to get, and stay, on the cutting edge of what’s possible. It just takes a little more work.

Too Busy to Blog

Feeling "too busy to blog" has very little to do with the time it takes to sit at the computer and write. When I feel "too busy," what I'm really experiencing is a mind too cluttered, too frantic to process my life and come up with something worth writing.

Pondering in My Heart

There is a Sanskrit word that ancient teachers used to describe what you might call the benefits of meditation.  The closest English translation is the word “savor” …which I find quite sweet in itself.

Mayday! Mayday!

OK, so the title may be a bit melodramatic, but the experience has been intense (and insightful) so I figured I'd share. TippingBucket is in what's known in aviation as a departure stall.

Work the Edge

Whether we’re tucking into a massive slab of steak, turning a misshapen hunk of granite into our generation’s David, or trying to vanquish diarrheal disease in the Central African Republic, the only approach with any hope of success is to consistently “work the edge.”