Given my ramblings as of late, why did I go into Marketing? It seems so much more pedestrian than heady topics like Astronomy and Economics which are so interesting to me. I could be solving important world problems. Why am I building emails? If you’ve read my blog, you may know that in college I … Continue reading Interdisciplinary Studies
I’ve always known that I’m not special. I’m unique, but there’s nothing innately special about me...or you, for that matter. As a parent, that’s a hard message. “Yes, your bunny drawing is unique, but your drawing is no better or worse than anyone else’s bunny drawing.” Speaking that truth doesn’t win hearts and minds of … Continue reading Observing Without Intent
“Do you think a hot dog is a sandwich?”, one of my colleagues asks me today. My response: “well, it depends on how ‘sandwich’ is defined.” Put a pin in that. I enjoy being a manager, more so than I ever realized until a recent revelation. However, for me, the hardest part of being a … Continue reading Looking for Recognition in All the Wrong Places
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I watched “Melancholia” a few weeks ago for the first time. It was an Amazon Prime video recommendation, and man, were they right. I cried like a baby at the end. It was a sci-fi movie. Not a romance drama, not a romantic comedy, no one’s puppy died, it wasn’t a sci-fi dystopian film. It … Continue reading Melancholia