Musings

Give Without Worry

Posted on

Creative commons photo by Jeremy Brooks A few years ago, I had a bit of an epiphany about panhandling that changed how I handled the situation. Before I tell you what it was, allow me to describe how I got there. (Note: This post has been updated in May 2017 below.) I always struggled with […]

Musings

Reality Is Not What It Seems

Posted on

Every so often, I read something that really strikes a chord with me. Today it was an article in The Guardian about author and scientist Carlo Rovelli called “Reality Is Not What It Seems by Carlo Rovelli review – physics versus certainty.“ Carlo Rovelli There is so much in the article worthy of further discussion: […]

Speaking

Constellation’s Connected Enterprise 2016 Recap

Posted on

The Digital Marketing Panel – R. “Ray Wang, Sunder Sarangan, me, and Michelle Killebrew This was my first time at the Constellation Research annual conference – Connected Enterprise 2016. I originally met R “Ray” Wang earlier this year at an Adobe Symposium where we were both speaking, and was immediately taken by his energy and […]

Musings

Make The Impossible Possible

Posted on

Three Critical Things I’ve Learned From Running Marathons Running and I “dated” on and off for many years until 2012 when we finally tied the knot. I knew I needed some regular exercise, and I’ve always been attracted to how practical running can be – a good pair of shoes, and you can do it […]

Speaking

Who Cares? Hospital Talk Podcast

Posted on

I want to thank Doug Walker and Care Logistics for inviting me to speak about the patient experience on their innovative new “Who Cares?” podcast. Click the link or image or try the Podbean podcast player below. http://whocareshospitaltalk.podbean.com/e/a-showman-a-patient-an-advocate-a-cancer-survivor/

Speaking

Turning Thirty, The Musical CEU Event

Posted on

Once again, I had the privilege to perform my musical, Turning Thirty, about my experience with testicular cancer, to an audience of nurses, social workers, case managers, counselors, and physical therapists. In partnership with Anne McSweeney of CEU Concepts, I presented the musical and together we held an interactive session to discuss the patient experience […]

Speaking

Turning Thirty, The Musical – A New Peformance

Posted on

I’m excited to announce an intimate Turning Thirty, The Musical performance. It is designed for healthcare professionals seeking CEU credits, and we’ll be discussing survivorship. It’s this Thursday evening, please register to come and/or share with those you think may want to attend. Thank you to CEU Concepts for the opportunity and to Garden Plaza […]