When I attend wellness conferences, everyone has one question for me: “What do you think of Al Lewis?”
It’s a dubious honor: The thing my colleagues most want to know about me is what I think of someone else. It reminds me of cities that promote themselves as “gateways” — Gateway to the West, Gateway to the Finger Lakes, or whatever. You know you’re in a lackluster city when the best thing it can say about itself is that it’s on the way to someplace else. My colleagues view me as a gateway to Al Lewis.
If you aren’t in the wellness industry, you can catch up on who Al Lewis is via his Linkedin profile, in which one of his jobs is listed as “Troublemaker-In-Chief.” Continue reading »