Month: January 2008


Back in November, Kyra painted in a new style. I have another one of her prints, Moonlit Crossing, which is image #24 of 24 in her main gallery. But with Kyra’s new painting, I had one of those I must

Coming up for air

This week had far too many days that started with 7 AM meetings and ended with me arriving home at about 10 PM. Even knowing that this is what my week would look like, I started Turbulence Training this week.

Uncovering Bias

I came across an article the other day that I have been thinking about ever since. Here is the start of the article. The woman in question became a lawyer after some years as a community organizer, married a corporate

A room with a view

My new office overlooks the 16th street mall in downtown Denver. I have not made many changes to my office yet except to bring in a coffee maker. The first imageĀ  is what you see when you walk in the

New Job, week 1

I’m one week into my new job as the Executive Director of the Bard Center for Entrepreneurship. When I was doing HR training last week one of the other participants asked me how I spend me day. I half-jokingly replied

Pondering Conflict Resolution

I have been struggling with a conflict avoider over the last few months. I simply cannot get this person to engage in meaningful conversation to move toward resolution. As a learning experience it has been somewhat fascinating but in the

Happy New Year

Many of the blogs I read have shunned New Year’s resolutions this year. I personally like them. I like to take the time to ponder my goals for the coming year. What do I want to accomplish? What do I