Forget the Lingo, Get the Best

This week I’m participating in Seth Godin’s #YourTurnChallenge. My goal is to blog everyday this week (Mon-Sun) here on my site as well as on the challenge’s official Tumblr blog. Here’s my Day 2 submission. I took this picture over the weekend. I was at a retreat for leaders, and I woke up early to… Continue reading Forget the Lingo, Get the Best

Small Stuff, Big Stuff

This week I’m participating in Seth Godin’s #YourTurnChallenge. My goal is to blog everyday this week (Mon-Sun) here on my site as well as on the challenge’s official Tumblr blog. Here’s my Day 1 submission. This morning, my wife and I hauled all of our furniture out of the house and into the garage. The… Continue reading Small Stuff, Big Stuff

Overlooked, He Overcame

It hurts to be overlooked. This morning I received a very polite rejection email for a job to which I don’t remember applying. After racking my brain for a few minutes, I remembered the position – a writer for a non-profit organization – and re-read the email. It read, in essence, like this: “Dear Jason… Continue reading Overlooked, He Overcame

Small Sorrows

That nick on your dining room table. The way your carpet bunches near the corner. Over there, next to your cookbooks? Yeah, that’s a crack in the counter top that seems to get wider every day. Your car wheezes to life instead of roaring. Every time the weather changes, you or your kids get sick… Continue reading Small Sorrows

Father Fail

I had trouble communicating with my son this morning. He was being difficult with Rachel, yelling at her over her decision to cook his frozen strawberry waffles instead of serving them to him ice cold. Rachel, ever the good mother, was trying to patiently explain that the waffles had to be cooked else they’d be… Continue reading Father Fail