Breathing heavy and full of adrenaline I stood up from the knee deep waves among the kids and did a 180. With a massive smile I began the long push through the surf back to my fellow bobbing boogie boarders. It was a Sunday afternoon at Torrey Pines. One of my favorite beaches doing one of my…… Continue reading Powerless
That’s just the way it is. I don’t have the power in my organization to do anything about it. We make changes incrementally, it takes time. We aren’t ready for that. That’s on the agenda to do, just not something we can address right now. These are the excuses of people who value the status…… Continue reading Who will rise?
I’m not a psychologist. Nor am I a sociologist. But I know my profession pretty well. And I know a ton of people in my profession. Why do we do what we do? It’s an important question. In many ways it is the only question that our students want to know the answer to. My…… Continue reading Behind the Veil of Calling