One chance, many moments.

Ichigo ichie. It means one encounter, one chance. It's a phrase from the Japanese tea ceremony, a ritual appreciation of presence, company, and joy. One encounter with opportunity. One chance to make it count. Just one. Every second, every minute, every hour matters. Not as an excuse to hurry, hustle, and chase. But because time… Continue reading One chance, many moments.

I’m setting the bar really, really low this year. A teaspoon of discipline becomes a gallon of ownership. It's goal-setting season. At the end of the year, everybody sets a bunch of really, really big goals. Really, really big goals take a tremendous amount of effort, patience, and humility. Anytime I set really, really big goals, I ask myself, "what tiny thing can… Continue reading I’m setting the bar really, really low this year.