I’ve never been a puppet, a pauper, a pirate, a pawn, or a king. But I’ve played six sports, the clarinet, and a scientist. I’ve saluted, navigated, proposed, presented, reported, designed, coded, developed, researched, organized, solicited, taught, read, studied, and written. Born in New Mexico, bred in Texas, educated in Colorado (B.S. USAF Academy) and New Mexico (M.A. in Educational Psychology), trained in California, served in North Dakota, married, parented, and divorced in Texas, returned to New Mexico for Act V. Things that float my boat: authenticity, originality, individuality, nonconformity, creativity, cooperation, perspective, and sportsmanship. Things that light my hair on fire: lemmings, posers, deceivers, dividers, hypocrites, image-is-everythingers, conventional wisdom worshippers, Elmer Gantrys, born-yesterdays, and Just-Win-Babies.
Articles About Me
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram, “It’s a study of our lives, in so many words” (2002)
- Dallas Business Journal, “Brimming with knowledge” (2003)
- Dallas Morning News, “Avoiding dating disasters” (2004)
- from Capitalizing on Career Chaos by Helen Harkness (pdf, 2005; ISBN 0-89106-209-2)
- Dallas Morning News, “He takes little at face value” (2006)
- Folly, “Interview with Steve Stockdale” (pdf, 2007)
- DIVYA BHASKAR DAILY, “National Workshop on General Semantics” (India newspaper, 2007)
- DAILY NEWS & ANALYSIS, “Think before you speak” (India newspaper, 2007)
- from the Centre for Contemporary Theory, Vadadodra, India, “A Report on the Twelfth National Workshop, Cognitive Language Skills for the 21st Century” (2007)
- Amarillo Independent, “Town hall antics seem to be propaganda” (pdf, 2009)
- Santa Fe Reporter, “Bird-dogging CHRISTUS” (pdf, 2009)
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