Tony Leung

Happiness Is a Trap

Let me start with a confession: I am a collector. My history of hoarding include CDs, comics, board games, books of all sorts, DVD box sets, blu-rays, vinyl records… the list goes on. You have to understand… When you grow up blue-collar poor… And you’re told money doesn’t grow on trees… and you’re told “no”…

Listening Beneath The Surface

“In archeology, context is everything. Objects allow us to reconstruct the past. Taking artifacts from a temple or an ancient private house is like emptying out a time capsule.” Sarah Parcak, archaeologist Ten years ago, when I was just starting out in my consulting business, I had an interesting conversation with someone with a lot…

Shut Up And Move?

“I’d rather be moving in the wrong direction than in no direction at all. It is easier to correct course than start.” General H. Norman Schwarzkopf If there’s a pet peeve that singularly annoys me more than assholes who don’t pick up after their dog… It’s this: When people don’t give props (or “attribution” if…

One Day We Shall Die

They give birth astride of a grave, the light gleams an instant, then it’s night once more. — Pozzo, Waiting for Godot (Act 2, Line 773) by Samuel Beckett Well. That’s fucking depressing, ain’t it? Out of the whole, entire conceivable universe of quotes I could’ve picked from… And with the privileged honor of choosing…

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