The Curious Case of Mark Richt

My alma mater fired the second most successful coach in its history yesterday, ending an historic run in the history of University of Georgia athletics. Sadly, it was the lack of significantly historic moments that led to the downfall of Coach Mark Richt. As I learned during lunch yesterday afternoon, the University has decided to […]

Keep the Train Rolling

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 4 submission. Today is my 39th birthday. One year away from 40. I wrestle most days with feeling like a failure. The […]

What Was the Beaver Thinking?

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 3 submission. What was the beaver thinking? That question has haunted me the last couple of days. My family went for a […]

Back to the Future for a Great 2015

It’s officially 2015. For a moment, set aside that this is the fictional year to which Marty McFly time-traveled in Back to the Future II and gather ’round the fire to listen to your friend, Jason. Forget about the endless barrage of “It’s a new year – so make it a good one” blog posts […]

Into The Deep Blue

Yesterday afternoon, I considered that my opening line for a talk to some at-risk students at Project LIFT might just be throwing up on the lovely blue carpet. It was a deep blue, like the far-out part of the ocean that people always warn you to avoid unless you’re an expert swimmer or have a […]