My First Fifty CrossFit Days…

… I’m never going back. Friends had been telling me for years to do CrossFit. I’ve been a “GloboGym” guy since high school. I’ve always enjoyed weightlifting and hated cardio. I figured I knew what I was doing after more than a decade in the gym – why did I need to do CrossFit? WeightliftingContinue reading “My First Fifty CrossFit Days…”

The Cost of Cheap

Some may have heard the news that a recent building collapse in Bangladesh killed over 1,100 people. Most have not. Disasters happen all over the world, all the time. What makes this different? It was a garment factory for some of the worlds biggest (cheap) brands with deplorable conditions. Ann Zimmerman and Neil Shah wroteContinue reading “The Cost of Cheap”

The Entitled Generation… and Those That Will Work For It

While I’d prefer not to give this young woman any more attention, Suzy Lee Weiss wrote an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal this past weekend entitled To (All) The Colleges That Rejected Me¬†with the byline “If only I had a Tiger Mom or started a fake charity”. I’m sure (and I hope) most ofContinue reading “The Entitled Generation… and Those That Will Work For It”