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Measure What You Ingest

Can you recount ten notable headlines of news articles that you’ve read over the last thirty days? Probably not. Don’t worry, neither can I. But can you recall a point that moved you in a book from the last ten years? You probably can. That’s because reading intentional long-form works Read more…

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Learn Like You Eat

[Image from The Incredible Book Eating Boy by Oliver Jeffers] Teaching people is a lot like feeding people. Since I’m familiar with the idea of feeding people in our restaurants, the analogy works well. Some people hate your food. They don’t like it, and won’t have it again. Others didn’t Read more…

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Flawed Sacred Heroes

The world doesn’t hate marriage. They don’t loathe fidelity. Nor do they disdain love. What they are is yearning for authentic displays of the divine. The souls of mankind crave the kiss of heaven, restless until they’ve touched something they recognize on the most intrinsic of levels, unable to articulate Read more…

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And Three If By Air

TEN TIPS FOR AIR TRAVEL Traveling by air, like anything, can become an art. It can also become a monster, growling and gnawing at you if done wrong. In light of yesterday’s flight from CLT-SYR, I thought I’d post a few tips. It’s by no means exhaustive, so feel free Read more…