Sure, I involuntarily departed from my previous full-time job and sure it was depressing. But after 110 days on my own, I joined a new team here in New York City and I could not be more excited about the future. But in what I am now calling, “The Summer of Richard,” I thought I […]
There are a few places that make me feel at home in New York City, and Bryant Park is usually one of them. Sure, it can be crowded and it’s not really a “park” in the world I am from, but just look at the photo I took last Saturday. Enjoy!
I walked through the gates of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on the hot and humid Friday afternoon. I didn’t have an entourage and there weren’t thousands of fans awaiting my mid-afternoon match, but in a way, it felt like the actual US Open. The grounds are in their final preparations for […]
I have made no secret about my disdain of over-work. It seems Sheryl Sandberg has it right. I believe we are overworked and underpaid. And I am left to wonder, is work killing us? Source: OnlineMBA.com
Selected Life Lesson It’s not that you’re incapable … just unwilling. -Courtney H’s Life Lesson from the Olathe, Kansas Richard’s Thoughts… While Courtney’s lesson is a harsh one, it is true from start to finish. I went to upstate New York last weekend with some friends for some much needed rest-and-relaxation and on the way […]
Where is that place where you most come alive? What are the senses that make you feel at peace? Who are you with when you laugh so hard it hurts? My friend Emily recently posted a photo of her answer and it got me thinking about my perfect place. I talk a lot to my […]