Monthly Archives: May 2014

Are You Hiding In Your House?

“Hi honey, how was school? Did you kill anybody today?” I’ll be the first to admit, this is not a normal, end of the day greeting for one’s 18-year-old daughter. Then again, May is not a normal month here in Hopkinton, Massachusetts. At least, that is, if you have a child who is a high school senior, as I do. Because every spring, in our town and in many others across the country, high school seniors engage in a month-long […] Click to read more…

 

Blue Penguin Birthday Party

I just celebrated my company’s 14th anniversary. Good news for me, but even better for you because I’m throwing a party … an ice cream party: Wednesday, July 23rd, 2 – 4 PM, at Kimball Farm, Westford, Massachusetts. And you’re invited. Maybe. To find out if you’re eligible to join us, take the video quiz below. Then click the link for directions and to RSVP. P.S. I’ll be giving away one free registration to my newly released Penguin Program. Click […] Click to read more…

 

Ask And You Shall Receive

When it comes to reading books, I employ a simple rule: 60 pages. I give the author in question 60 pages to convince me to keep reading. At that point, if I’m not liking it, I give myself permission to put the book down and never look back. And I have to tell you, it wasn’t looking good these last few days for Warren Berger and his book, A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas. […] Click to read more…