Ode to my Fitbit

Ok, not actually an ode. I acquired a Fitbit Charge a couple of months ago, and it has changed how I think about my personal fitness and habits. Seriously. And it doesn’t do it in a nagging ‘why haven’t you walked today’ or ‘if you don’t go to sleep until 3am you’ll feel awful tomorrow’.… Continue reading Ode to my Fitbit

Book thoughts – The Advantage by Patrick Lencioni

The Advantage: Why Organizational Health Trumps Everything Else in Business by Patrick Lencioni I’m always conflicted when I read Patrick Lencioni. Some of what he says is brilliant, but there’s always a lot of fluff and common sense rhetoric that makes me not want to keep reading. This book is no exception. Unlike The Five Dysfunctions… Continue reading Book thoughts – The Advantage by Patrick Lencioni