Category: Life

  • “The Way Home” – 14 Years Later

    14 years ago, in the Spring of 2008, I released my 2nd studio album. I had very little free time available, with 3 kids and running a PMO team at HSBC. I’ve always made time for music since getting into the tech world around 1991. This particular album project was especially challenging since I had […]

  • Bird on a Horse

    That’s it. This is the entire post.

  • Golf 2020

    Golf 2020

    Really into golf this year. The pandemic has injected a renewed interest in the game. Most courses I’ve played have been packed and I see a lot of young players. A few years back, it seemed the sport was dying. Who knows, this could save the industry?

  • Us

    There are good humansThere are bad humansWhite, black, brown, tan, orange, whatever colorThere are people with irrational beliefs based on some tragedy from years pastThere are people with mental issues and chemical imbalancesThere are politicians There are soul-less people and there are amazing generous peoplePolitics can’t solve every issue. Your vote can solve some public […]

  • I Threw A Rock Once

    In my youth, 30+ years ago I threw a rock. I was mad at an institution that I felt failed me. I was angry. I was afraid. I was frustrated. I blamed the institution. What I learned over time of course, is that it was 100% on me. My failures, my anger was all due […]

  • What I Learned During the Pandemic

    Sitting at the pool in West Palm Beach Florida on March 17th, I looked around and was grateful for being there. News was starting to get more and more serious about the pandemic and lockdowns looked immenent. Sitting here today, May 31, 2002 about 2 1/2 months later, the world is a much different place. […]

  • The Monster of all Tradeoffs

    I hesitated to write about this publicly. I’m not one to publish my opinions about current events, political issues or fake news. Usually, I stick to music and after reading this you might agree. What’s happened since January is a once-in-a-generation event. It’s so monumental, we probably won’t be able to get proper perspective for […]