Sometimes, it’s easy to focus on the past and difficult to recognize what you’ve accomplished. Given a bit more control, maybe you would’ve have made different choices, or made them a bit faster – but sometimes the best teacher is time. In addition to providing […]
Is that really a good idea to try to relive our childhood experiences as adults?
We’ve been having an interesting discussion at home. A friend from Germany posted on Facebook that they visited an island for vacation that I also visited during my childhood with my family. Just him mentioning the name of the island and posting a few beautiful […]
Why it’s quite okay to wear pajamas on New Years Eve and stay home!
If I had a dollar for every time somebody asked me over the last 10 or 20 or whatever many years where I will go and celebrate New Years Eve, I could likely buy 42 more pairs of pajamas. Not that I need that many. […]
Reliving your entire childhood on one walk
I grew up in Düsseldorf, Germany, but today live in the United States. On a recent trip back, while I was speaking at three events in Europe, I took a 2 1/2 hour walk around town-basically most of my childhood. It was kind of interesting […]
ZDoggMD: How humor, uniqueness and fun can tell educational stories for millions
Zubin Damania, MD, was a Stanford physician who was following in his dad’s footsteps: Being a doctor in the typical healthcare system. But that wasn’t enough he told the audience at the Healthcare Internet Conference in Las Vegas in 2016. “I was living somebody else’s […]
I cried today because a high school teammate was ambushed and killed
And then I had to explain that whole situation to my 8-year-old! When I was eight we didn’t need to have conversations like this! Seriously, could we stop this madness! Tony Beminio was one of two officers killed in the Des Moines area over night. […]