Monthly Archives: January 2009
Recently I participated in an interesting exercise where the participants were asked to calibrate presidents. The calibration was done against the traditional consulting nine-box. In the nine-box, you calibrate the subjects (staff, presidents, whatever) against one another, using two criteria: … Continue reading
I just finished the first draft of “Netherhouse Liquidation”, my new short. And it actually has an ending. That makes sense. That isn’t horrible. So I say before anyone else reads it.
For the longest time I’ve avoided outlining because it sucked the life out of my writing, or so I thought. I’ve plowed through several short stories, a novel, and several partial novels while keeping this mantra alive in my head. … Continue reading
Only in terms of significance. Much Internets ink is being spilt on the inauguration, and I have nothing poignant to add, so I’ll just go my own way and do what I usually do, which is talk about myself. Amazing … Continue reading