By day, I work as middle manager driving technology modernization in the US healthcare industry. A big part of my daily routine, what keeps me successful, is a regular cycle of inspection and improvement. If you’re a fan of Lean, Agile, DevOps, or the Toyota Production System, you might think of this in terms of… More These three recent changes profoundly improved my life
We’ve seen a movement taking the world by storm. Neurodiversity, which emerged in the 1990’s but has become a talent pipeline strategy for employers in recent years. But as a talent strategy, we stand at the precipice of a whole new phase. I’d like to propose we stand at the brink of Neurodiversity 2.0.
Every time I travel it seems I find some way to lighten my load the next time I go out, or improve my load out so I’m carrying the right stuff in the right place. And I’m finding it helpful to consider these load-outs into four zones. Assumption: You never travel with more than you are… More The (almost) four zones of kit for lightweight travelers
I really love to write. And I really love to take photographs. But I haven’t applied much of either passion to the health and well-being of my blog here.
(WARNING: NSFW nude image below the cut) I think I first picked up a real camera in 2007. My motivation, really, was to capture photos of my growing and adorable children. But it turned out that my kids hated having their photos taken. And fast forward to 2008, I find myself working with models.
I recently wrote of being done with WordPress, and how I was going to move the whole thing to another site. I did spend some time trying to do just that, but it was a deep rabbit hole that seemed to be endless. Perhaps it’s better to work with what I’ve got, warts and all,… More The devil I know
It’s been a long time since I’ve written here. It’s not for lack of things to write about; it’s just that WordPress is such a cluttered, overly complicated mess that it’s sucked the joy out of writing.
How should I fill the empty spaces? – Pink Floyd We all have a cavity of potential inside of us waiting to be filled. Perhaps a measure of our character could be how we choose to fill this space.
While I very much enjoy writing and blogging, I’ve not been doing it consistently over the years. And it’s not because of any kind of creative block so much as feeling stifled by the constraints of my employment (whether real or only perceived). But I think there’s a way out of that. I previously used… More Conquering a stifled approach to blogging