Connect the Dots

I read a quote from Seth Godin, asking, “Are we teaching our children to collect the dots or connect the dots?” It’s a good question, a fair question, one that must be asked. More importantly, it’s one that must be answered. See, I like to collect dots. And I am a firm believer that peopleContinue reading “Connect the Dots”

Speak John Doe

Sometimes we simply have to connect the dots. We have the knowledge, but it’s scattered in our brains like debris blowing in the wind. At times, we get lucky, we see the pieces come together, and it’s like a glorious epiphany. So here’s the first piece of debris, the first dot: The Greek of theContinue reading “Speak John Doe”

A Way We Can Learn (1)

Sometimes we make decisions in life, not knowing why we make them. For example: Back in July of last year, I started a job in Crawfordsville. Hannah and I were living at my parents’, in the upstairs of the garage, and our daughter, Sevaeh, had just entered the world. A month later, we decided toContinue reading “A Way We Can Learn (1)”