A number of years ago, I saw Cirque du Soleil perform Ka` at the MGM Grand. I didn’t know a great deal about the show until reading about it after the performance. The LA Times review confirmed my belief that
The prevailing sentiment of the Year of the Peer was evident in its full splendor at the 2017 Academy Awards, as host Jimmy Kimmel opened the show with a monologue, that in part, called for greater civility in our dialogue.
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Moments ago, the #1 ranked University of Connecticut women’s basketball team defeated #6 South Carolina 66-55 for its 100th consecutive victory. To put this perspective, the team hasn’t lost a game since November 17, 2014. Last year, their big three,
Like many people here in the U.S. and around the world who watched yesterday’s Super Bowl, I was blown away by New England’s comeback victory. Down 28-3 in the second half (28-16 with only 6-minutes left to play), the Patriots
In 2017, I’m convinced that, together, we will inspire a positive change in the way we engage one another in business and in life. If you contribute to the Year of the Peer in just one small way, you’ll see
I am sitting in my family room watching the Ohio State/Michigan game, laptop in lap, posting on the topic of preparing for the Year of the Peer. A few moments ago, I received a text from a friend I met
Plan on subscribing to the podcast by all means, yet it’s my hope that you’ll join the movement! In 40 days, the Year of the Peer begins, and on January 12th, Charlene Li will join us as our first podcast
I was visiting a neighbor recently and there was a man in his mid-to-late 80s, who happened to be at the house as well. During the course of conversation, he started to quiz me about my book, The Power of
Meet Jonathan the Husky, the mascot for the University of Connecticut. He’s an enduring and evolving symbol, named in honor of the last colonel and the first governor of the “Constitution State.” There’s a costumed version and an actual canine.