January 9, 2014, 12:12 pm
Originally published by the Stamford Advocate.
Age is more than the proverbial number today, and for trends we’ll see in the new year, it’s a thread in the narratives of many that I’m forecasting. From retirement age now being midcareer to our workplaces looking more and more like millennials, Americans are challenging and redefining age markers.
Education, … [continue reading... ]
September 12, 2012, 8:55 am
Originally published on Stamford magazine’s website.
Living in Connecticut and working in New York City, I’m a devoted Metro North commuter. When the day comes that I cease being a commuter, I might have to join a support group to help me through life without the transitions. Commuting is my psychic punctuation, separating my work life … [continue reading... ]
May 28, 2012, 4:11 pm
Originally posted in the Danbury (Conn.) News-Times.
Very near to Danbury there lived a true American war hero. His name was Rob J. Lytle Jr., and you may have heard of him when his obituary turned up in local newspapers in 2010.
His widow, Lori-Ann Lytle, who lives in New Milford, broke away from custom when … [continue reading... ]
May 25, 2012, 11:48 am
Originally posted on Stamford magazine’s website.
Although I don’t know you, I saw you once on a very sad day almost two years ago, at your dad’s wake. My partner, Jim Diamond, was your dad’s lawyer and friend, and when your dad committed suicide, Jim was very sad because Rob was a good guy who … [continue reading... ]
October 22, 2010, 9:02 pm
Originally posted on the Huffington Post.
As a marketing and PR professional, I’m a strong advocate of the phrase “Local is the new global.” (I am not, however, a huge fan of the jargon-y term for that idea—”glocal”—even though I used to toss it around promiscuously in the late 1990s.) If you meet me at … [continue reading... ]