Steering a completely different boat in a race turns out to be a lot of fun.
Worried about how sewage, Zika, the Brazilian economy, and crime are going to affect the Olympics? You’re missing the point.
How do you know it’s time to retire?
How to make your own luck.
How can so many people—most people—be content to make the same mistakes over and over again, rather than striving to be better?
In addition to a “normal” family tree, I’ve got an extra—a family that revolves around shared passion and experience, rather than shared DNA.
“Let’s do some more sailing together,” I said to Margaret last November, over dinner preparations at her house. “You, me, Kate, and Kim. Wouldn’t that be great?”