I Resign

October 26, 2020
There. I said it. And I’ll say it again. I. Resign. Nearly 40 years after starting at WCSG, I’m turning in…

How To De-escalate With Angry Listeners

September 14, 2020
Welcome to the minefield!  Masks on, masks off, closing down, opening up, vaccines, the constitution, fake news, protests, riots, elections,…

How To Receive Feedback

September 7, 2020
This may be a generalization but I stand by it. No one likes to be told what they are doing…

The Underrated, Uncoachable Skill

August 3, 2020
Let’s talk about a radio skill that’s really important. And let’s do this riddle-style! It rarely gets talked about in…


April 2, 2020
And suddenly unable to speak. She had been interviewing New Orleans Saints QB, Drew Brees. He and his wife donated…

Your Job Is To Touch One Person

February 17, 2020
I've mostly dashed through my life, running through airports, distracted and unaware. Hurried, worried, sometimes tripped up and off course.…

When the Other Person is Always Wrong

December 11, 2019
“Always turn a negative situation into a positive situation.” ~Michael Jordan The official meaning of the term “wrongspotting” is zeroing in…


November 6, 2019
…and that can be dangerous. I heard from an old, dear friend recently. I had checked on him, suggesting we…

Wise, Weird & Welcome: Learning and Leading with the Lepers and the Locust Eaters

We’ve all read the same books about teamwork, leadership, communication, and culture that everybody reads. We’ve mastered Maxwell, studied Sanborn, Sinek, and Sun Tzu, and liberally cribbed Collins in aborted attempts to go from good to great, but…

How’s that working out for you? 

What if you left St. Louis with an entirely new lens through which to view and act upon improvements in:

Let’s examine how this all connects together, but approach it from an entirely different angle. Don’t just think outside the box. Kick the box to the curb and start at zero.