In a world that rejects accountability and rules, this word is often associated with negativity. But if we own our purpose, obedience is a positive choice: using our will to choose to do the hard work ahead of us to pursue that purpose, that calling in a disciplined and accountable way. In my life I … Continue reading Life Lesson #27: Obedience
My Grandma Twila was a pioneer, and her lessons on the value of family, farms and education live on in all of us who knew and loved her… Continue reading Gleaned from the Harvest: Lessons from my Grandma Corn
By Adrienne Corn I went to a local start-up conference this week called 36|86. (Not sure why it is called that, I risk being unhip and ask. Turns out it is the longitude/latitude of Nashville. Catchy, hey?) I go because I have a relatively new company and I am interested in perspectives/resources and meeting people who have perspectives … Continue reading Start-Up Conference Stand-Off: When those who could help you can’t help themselves. Or “When #3686South went, er, South”. Or “Redeemed at (the very) Last”.
…how we will know when we officially have what I have termed The Oldness. Like, when you think people are older than you, but they are actually younger than you. By a lot. Continue reading Crap, I have The Oldness
By Adrienne Corn (Disclaimer: Anything that you might find offensive in this post is not the advice of Adrienne. She is only writing the stuff that doesn’t offend you.) 1. Bring your own booze. I learned this from British friends who always travel with a “whatever level of boozery is acceptable”–large bottles to small … Continue reading How To Travel: MicroAdvice by Adrienne
It’s January 1, which means we are all inundated with the should, could, may, might, must possibly consider doing *new* this year. I’m all for an annual tabula rasa, but before I get all crazy with an Extreme Makeover 2015 Edition, which rubberbands us right past today and into the excitement of our future this … Continue reading Notes for New Year’s Days