Monthly Archives: February 2002

Don’t Confuse Your Wedding With Your Marriage

One of the best pieces of advice I’ve ever received came to me about 20 years ago, from my older friend Tom who counseled, “Don’t confuse your wedding with your marriage.” Tom believed that most engaged people focus too much attention on planning the one day event — the wedding — and not enough attention on planning the marriage itself;something which will (hopefully) last a lifetime. Two decades later, I now see that there are a lot of similarities between […] Click to read more…

 

Crazy Little Thing Called Content

Go to the bookstore and grab a copy of To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee. The 1960 winner of the Pulitzer Prize (and for my money one of the best books ever written), is as fresh and engaging today as it was 40 years ago. Now, go to the discount rack and pick up a dusty old also ran. What’s the difference between these two books? Why is one so much more successful than the other? Is it the […] Click to read more…