Listening and taking input well requires parking that ego for long enough to open our ears.
When things go wrong, priorities shift quickly from competition to safety.
Some people are natural motivators. Here are a few lessons learned from a recent regatta experience.
Driving home from regattas is sometimes faster than flying.
No matter what else happens this week, I’m going sailing. On a global level it seems a bit frivolous, with everything else that’s going on. But I can’t fix the world, so instead I will join my friends in another celebration of our shared passion
Part two of the Deer in the Headlights saga.
The less exciting a regatta road trip is, the better.
Bonus days of sailing are even more special during the off-season.
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.