Adapting to Distance Learning

by Jim Bishop After a few weeks in my new position as “Head of Distance Learning” here at the Bishop household, I’ve learned a few things and thought I’d share. First, a disclaimer. I’m not a teacher. Nor am I an expert in child psychology (in fact I “earned” a ‘D’ in that class in college). I’m just an entrepreneurial, … Read More

How to Apply The Steps of Building a Paceline to your Life in Times of Uncertainty

Paceline at Home

Many of us find ourselves learning to balance working from home, keeping ourselves informed and safe, looking after children (or others) and all the while maintaining sanity. Still others are working to keep the lights on, keep their jobs, keep clients and customers and find ways to survive the uncertainty.  There’s no doubt the situation we’re all experiencing requires courage, … Read More