The Case of the Broken Printer

Recently my father-in-law (let’s call him “Pop,” as my daughters do) was performing one of life’s most mundane tasks: fueling up his car with gasoline. He was at one of the ubiquitous convenience-store chains here in our neck of the woods, well known and which shall remain nameless here. Because of his job, he needed… Read more »

The Habits of Leadership

This summer my family and I vacationed in England and Ireland. In London we got around town mainly by Tube and bus. For Ireland, we opted for a self-guided driving tour. Somehow I was elected chauffeur (looking at you, Amy Greene). Driving on the other side of the car, on the other side of the… Read more »