The Recipe For Happiness

I am coming off a whirlwind of travel these last few weeks, spending time with my family and friends skiing, travelling to watch the NCAA basketball tournament with my son in San Francisco, spending time with Lisa in Palm Springs with my former boss and colleague, Steve Dahllof and his husband, Tom, and catching up […]

Philosophy 101: Finding Happiness

Wishing everyone in the United States a very happy July 4th this weekend. I am writing from Mexico today where we are spending time with the Kochlowski family, who were our neighbors in Beijing. I have written here a lot about finding happiness and the importance of relationships in doing so. My post of March […]

The Behavioral Science Boom: A Conversation With Chris Graves

Today’s Monday Morning Mojo is coming to you at this time because I am now on China Standard Time as I write from quarantine in Shanghai, China. We have the great honor of having Chris Graves, my former boss and one of the smartest people I know, help explain to us the booming practice of […]

How to Improve Your Odds in Life: Surface Area of Luck

“A desk is a dangerous place from which to view the world,” once cautioned the famous British fiction writer, John le Carre. While travelling beyond our work-from-home environments has made getting out behind our desks more difficult, spreading your wings virtually can be the next best thing. Today’s Monday Morning Mojo is dedicated to improving […]

Welcome the Year of the Ox and Introducing the Monday Morning Mojo

February 12 officially welcomed the Year of the Ox, which according to many geomancers is poised to be a much better year than 2020, or the previous Year of the Rat.  And, boy do we need that!  I don’t need to list the number of events creating global anxiety, but let’s just say for most […]