This post takes place in Beverly Hills. I’m just going to tell you right now that I go there to get Botox.
When I was trying to get on the national volleyball tour, that was the only thing I was focused on. So eventually, I played professional beach volleyball.
About a month ago I got a stack of catalogues from Restoration Hardware in the mail. My first thought was that I had purchased so much at Restoration Hardware in the past year that I am now one of their top customers.
Black people should not wear hoodies. That’s one way to deal with the problem of people shooting black people.
The secret to the success of this blog is that instead of showing you how perfect my life is, I show myself drinking in the morning, before work.
After about a decade of doing research on happiness, I realize that my favorite research comes from university labs that use self-reported data.
I lived in New York City for ten years. I had a 500 square foot rent-stablized apartment in Park Slope.
This is a guest post by Cassie Boorn. She works with me at Quistic, and she blogs at cassieboorn.com. Adrienne and I are unpacking the car late at night after a long day away when a guy approaches the car.
First of all you’d be surprised how many meetings I attend given that I live on a farm and I hate to leave.
I am at O’Hare flying to Pittsburgh to give a speech. I try to never give speeches. Actually I try to never leave my house.
We are at the dining room table eating dinner and my eight-year-old son who is dying to have a girlfriend tells us, “Taylor Swift said she’s only going to date guys who have sisters because they understand women better.
This is our spring family portrait. The calf wandered into the photo. Winter is peaceful on the farm because there’s nothing to do but keep the animals alive.
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I’m still stuck on that study in the Harvard Business Review that I wrote about a few weeks ago. The data shows that what women want from their career is respect, and what men want is a series of engaging problems to solve.
Last night I was in bed with Matthew, and I was reading The Week, which I totally love because it’s like a summary of every idea that has been posed by mainstream media for the last seven days.
Did you notice there is a person in hiding on the Quistic team page? He won’t let me show you his picture or give you his real name because he’s scared people will find out he works for an American company and they will come to his house to take his money.
This is an excerpt from an article I wrote for More magazine titled, Could Your Boss Have Asperger?. I was thinking that the article is so good and someone should give me a book deal from it.
While Generation X did not give a crap about building corporate America, Generation Y defined its own paths through corporate life, all largely non-linear, family-centric, and gold-star focused.
I took my eleven-year-old son to Colorado for a paleontology adventure. Digging up shards of tibia bone with a toothbrush is so not what I want to do with my time, but I want to support my son in finding his passion, and he is enthralled with paleontology.
I am the poster-child for the saying “You have to spend money to make money”. I make a lot of money but I spend most of it on people who help me to do things so I can keep making money.