I love stories and storytelling. I’ve known since I was 8 or 9 years old that storytelling would be my life. And it has. For most of my working life, I’ve been paid to create stories. And when I’m not doing it for pay, I’m doing it for love. The great storyteller Ray Bradbury (whose home of […]

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The technical dexterity of your tilt-a-whirl tongue is truly stupendous Your ruby lips beneath the empty pools of your intelligently-framed and magnified big blue eyes blow bubbles oh so fine That I fall into the foaming brine of your brilliant multi-lingual truthiness And that I don’t understand a word of what you’re saying and none […]

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My son, Alex, starts a new role with Equinox Fitness today. He likes working with Equinox, which I can say from my experiences there is a beautiful environment in which to hack one’s body.   Alex told me that last week he was in the locker room at Equinox and “A man I’d never seen […]

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Eleven years ago, Len Forkas, the CEO of Milestone Communications, got the most devastating news a parent can get from a doctor. His 9-year-old son, Matt, got diagnosed with leukemia. Matt would have to drop out of school and endure a series of difficult chemotherapy treatments. Forkas is not the kind of person to take […]

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Sometimes I feel as if GameChangers spends a lot of time headed into the wind. We work so hard, and have such faith that our efforts are worthwhile, and yet, that wind!~ The status quo is strong. Resistance to change can be fierce, even when the need for it is obvious to everyone involved. Riding […]

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Comedian Nathan Fielder has a new texting game, and the interwebs are getting their jollies this week over it. When Fielder played a variation on the game a few months ago, I thought it was just plain funny. I enjoyed the range of reactions from the people getting pranked, and way it defined relationships between […]

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We’re working this week in Prague with a team of highly skilled application developers for a company whose name you’d recognize. It has been an incredible experience, in part because the city of Prague, which I’d never visited before, is so beautiful it defies description. I swear, the worse the weather gets, the more picturesque […]

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Saturday on my way home from playing tennis, I stopped for coffee at a Starbucks not far from Florence and Normandie, a flashpoint for the 1992 L.A. Riots. This Starbucks did not exist when the Rodney King verdict lit up the city exactly 20 years ago that day. For all I knew, the Food4Less supermarket […]

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As the old joke goes, a man carrying a violin case in Manhattan gets stopped by a couple of tourists who ask him how to get to Carnegie Hall. The violinist responds, “Practice.” So obvious, it’s funny–no one gets to Carnegie Hall without a ton of practice. It is usually the most ‘talented’ performers who […]

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