Archive for September, 2010
Psst, I need your help. Well, actually it’s not your help I need, but you can be of assistance in a way you might not realize. In my role as Chief Knowledge Officer at ICSI, I have a great job, but while it comes with its perks, it also comes without any formal authority, or executive largess, with which to promote the work in which I’m involved.
I’ve been feeling exceptionally good recently. Part is due to my son being selected as one of 50 college students to get a scholarship to the Telluride Film Festival. My daughter Laura, the world changer, spent four months in her beloved Guatemala. My wife, who thinks our yard is a northern Tara, will soon have pictures of her perennial gardens in the Minneapolis Star Tribune. And at an advanced age (call me Grandpa Moses of the literary field), I’m self-publishing my first novel and so far four people want to buy a copy.