This is arguably one of the best articles I read in 2019, perhaps the best in a long time: Why Feedback Rarely Does What It’s Meant To (HBR) Every person I know needs to hear what these authors are saying: the way we evaluate others (this article addresses an employer […]
Have you seen Ex Machina? No? GET OUT THERE and find a theater showing this excellent sci-fi flick. It’s a tight, well-told story. If you’ve seen the movie, I invite you to check out this post offering discussion questions and ideas for those who have seen the film. SPOILERS!
Billions of words will be marshaled in support or condemnation of Star Wars Episode VIII. So of course, I want to add a few of my own. 😉 SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS (This was me trying to avoid spoilers last week) https://giphy.com/embed/l3fZIxZjUtnvrEmfS The Last Jedi is a divisive entry […]
A few good reads to kick off your week. One should never approach Monday without a good read around. To kick off, this piece by Kutter Callaway of Fuller Seminary really hit home with me today when I read it in a back issue of Fuller Magazine that we got […]
“The Process.” We should print it in big, bold letters because that’s how this idea rolls: The Process. ***** I’m teaching this semester, and despite all of my emotional hand-wringing in my last post, I genuinely enjoy it. I’ve got a good class and so far they’re working to do what […]