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The Cubs and my Mom Share the Same Winning Approach We Can All Apply in Leadership

Author’s note: I received Tom Verducci’s book, The Cubs Way, as a birthday present last week.  I’m intentionally releasing this blog post, which I’ve been working on for months, before reading the book because I’m sure it covers a lot of the same bases. Though I cite the book once, I encourage you to read […]

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Going Back Home. And the 3 Surprises That Blew Me Away

I often stop and laugh when describing my childhood home. It sounds a little idyllic or surreal, even to me: a patchwork of houses scattered across acres of hilly land among stands of trees, a large common meadow, an adjacent pond, a grand log cabin at the edge of the pond, and trails after trails […]

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