One of the lines in Clutch that has gotten a bit of a chuckle from readers comes at Roger Clemens’ expense. I interviewed him in 2004 and walked away thinking: you can either have blond highlights in your hair or you can be an arrogant jerk, but you shouldn’t be allowed to have highlights and […]
In the 37 Labor Day weekends I’ve celebrated, this one is easily off to the best start. Today The New York Times ran an excerpt of my book Clutch, with the fantastic headline: The Art of Thinking Clearly Under Great Pressure. The book is out – and a great read for the last beach weekend […]
Not to keep harping on Dustin Johnson, but the profile in today’s New York Times about his summer of choking, made me think he has a real chance of being clutch and winning a major championship. The ruling that cost him a chance at a playoff on the last hole of the P.G.A. Championship – […]
A few weeks ago in my Wealth Matters column, I wrote about the miseries of owning a second home. It was one of those New York Times columns that hit a nerve. Readers had plenty of things to say about it, with the majority having similar horror stories. Then Pauline Frommer asked if I’d like […]
I was invited onto a fascinating NPR show this morning. It’s called the Sound of Ideas and produced by the Cleveland affiliate of NPR. We talked about estate taxes, but it was a far more interesting discussion than saying “about estate taxes” might suggest. Take a listen here at The Sound of Ideas site.