Listening and taking input well requires parking that ego for long enough to open our ears.
Riding waves instead of riding shotgun, there’s no speed limit—and a lot less traffic.
When things go wrong, priorities shift quickly from competition to safety.
When we focus on projects that excite us, we do our best work.
Interviewing Malcolm Page gave me the chance to write about the Olympics for one of my favorite magazines.
A good crew is usually a bit of a chameleon—as well as strong, smart, and positive.
The boat itself doesn’t matter; it’s the getting away, with friends, that counts.
Olympic sailing and publishing have both changed drastically since 1994. Fortunately, some traits remain constant.
Worried about how sewage, Zika, the Brazilian economy, and crime are going to affect the Olympics? You’re missing the point.
Driving home from regattas is sometimes faster than flying.