Be careful what you ask for. I should know. I’m in Park City, Utah, and everyone here was asking for snow. Praying for it, actually.read more
Who’s going to win the big game? No, not that game. I’m talking about the game businesses play with us. Mark up. Mark down. Bait and switch. And, of course, the loyalty game.read more
During the last few weeks, I’ve asked what you expect from me at a time like this. And you responded. When I say a time like “this,” here’s what I mean.read more
Well, this is it. It’s the end of our winter fundraiser. But that’s not the only end I want to tell you about today.read more
From the window of my room, I can see Colorado’s snow-covered Elk Mountains against a perfectly blue sky this morning. I’m lucky to be here for a few days with my kids before we head back to the city.read more
I can hardly believe it myself. Normally, the first week of the year is slow — really slow. But not 2018. It makes me wonder if something is amiss. I’ll tell you about that in a second.read more
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