More often than not, when I’m working on a tough problem, the answer finally comes to me when I’m letting my brain rest – when I stop relentlessly noodling about something and lose myself in daydreaming.
By nature I’m a productive person. As a self-preservation Enneagram type 3, I optimize my time in all kinds of interesting ways. What this can mean is that when I don’t have an immediate task, I search for ways to… Continue Reading →
It’s so easy for me to be distracted by food. What does that have to do with my professional development or professional conduct at work? I’ve noticed that sometimes my focus on food at work events can distract me from… Continue Reading →
I bought an electric car several months ago and have been learning the various automatic driving features. Among other miracles, my car can navigate me to my destination, change lanes for me, even accelerate and brake at the speed of… Continue Reading →
I was at a poetry slam this past week – yes, it was as cool as it sounds. One of the ways the emcee got the the audience engaged with the poets was through a call and response. It got… Continue Reading →