While not all of summer is destined to feel like a day at the beach, setting routines and expectations for the season can make it more manageable and enjoyable for the whole family. I am a creature of routine. I like my daily habits. Which makes the summer rather problematic for me; three of our four […]
Recent graduates have a tremendous opportunity to build out their sweet spots–their most powerful and natural flight. We can build the skills that we need to gain strength and mastery.
I spend about five hours a day slacking off. Really: I spend that much time doing stuff I enjoy, that isn’t on a task list anywhere. I walk through the beautiful university campus near my house – during the workday. I cook for pleasure. I lay around on my daughter’s bed reading while she does her […]
The paperback version of The Sweet Spot launches on Monday (yay!), check out this video my publisher put together for my Sweet Spot manifesto. Get a beautiful printable version here.
The paperback version of The Sweet Spot will be available for shipment on Tuesday, June 6! I’m so grateful for your support that I’ve set up some gifts for each purchase.
As a sociologist who’s done much research on elite performance and productivity, I’ve given a lot of thought to the skills that lead to success in the modern economy. What I’ve found applies not only to adults, but to kids, including teens graduating from high school this spring. Parents, too, take note: As many graduates […]