In Appreciation of the Humble Checklist

There I was. Out of town. In a hotel. And about to step into the shower. That’s when I realized there was no soap. It was the morning of an important meeting. Having stayed up late with an upset stomach, I’d hit the snooze button one or two times too many. There was no time … Continue reading In Appreciation of the Humble Checklist

Doctor’s Orders

I recently read that 80% of U.S. adults do not meet federal recommendations for aerobic activity and muscle-strengthening exercise. In other words, they're out of shape. Sadly, I'm one of them. Now, before you get the wrong idea; I'm not a total couch potato. I spend a lot of time outdoors through my involvement with … Continue reading Doctor’s Orders

The Art of Simplicity

You’ve probably heard of the old adage “Keep It Simple Stupid.” Commonly known as the KISS principle, this timeless piece of advice suggests that, in most cases, the simplest solution is the best. When you think about it, this makes sense. The more complicated an idea is – the more moving parts it has – … Continue reading The Art of Simplicity