Wind blowing the sounds of trumpets, laughter, and dinner parties across the Savannah River makes my perch on my hotel balcony feel like it’s at the center of this historic city. Tonight I flew from a workshop for a group of women executives in Miami to Savannah, Ga., where I will keynote for a software company’s

This week I ran three days of workshops for PVH (Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, etc.) and UTC (the huge tech firm that makes everything from Otis elevators to NASA space suits). In the gaps of time I’ve been working on defining the name for my next book, which has led to researching the word “innovation.”

If my family ever reads this blog, please know that I love you dearly and I carefully memorize each cherished moment I spend with you. And yet, this morning, silent in my hotel room outside of suburban Philadelphia, commuters’ headlights floating slowly across wet streets, I feel complete and alone. You see, it’s been a

This is chaos! Frozen snow is shuffling people off sidewalks and into this warm Starbucks on the “high street” of my quaint suburban town. The herds of bankers have hours ago slipped down tracks into New York City tunnels so I’m surprised so many laptop-tapping non-commuters still remain. I can barely find a quiet gap