Gratitude

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My newborn son, Antonin Scalia, and the curse of notoriety

My wife gave birth to our second son last week. It was one of the best days of my life. Our oldest son is almost exactly 18 months older than his brother. As we slowly get used to being a family of four, tons of thoughts float through my head. I think a ton about
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A little bit of gratitude goes a long way

As I was driving to work yesterday morning, I noticed a big FedEx truck trying to merge into my lane on the freeway. As expected, most drivers were barreling ahead, not giving the FedEx driver an inch to work with. I thought, I’m not in such a huge rush, why not let the guy in?
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Think more about systems, and less about people

When it comes to politics, you know one of the things that frustrates me the most? The focus on the politicians themselves. Politicians constantly talk about other politicians. Sometimes it’s glowing praise. Other times it’s stinging rebuke. But you can’t get away from hearing one politician talk about another politician. That gets old, in a
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Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I wanted to reach out, with a quick note about gratitude. I’ve had highs and lows in my career. We all have. One of the tools that has helped me through some low points is gratitude. No matter what your current situation is…parts of it are favorable. Maybe your current role is
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