Column: “Does ‘sharing’ enrich lives, or distract us from them?” at The Tennessean

May 25, 2014:

An excerpt:

The difference seems to be in how we frame the question. Are we more connected to the capture of the subject or to the experience of the subject, including the people who might be sharing it with us? And is there a way to do both?

Read the rest at the link:
http://www.tennessean.com/story/money/tech/2014/05/25/kate-oneill-right-capture-moment/9522447/

Column: “Intentional risks can yield great rewards” at The Tennessean

An excerpt:

Dreams are our direction, but by nature they’re always distant. It’s what we’re doing along the way that makes the days worthwhile.

That’s why incremental progress is so important. Innovation requires urgency. Accomplishment requires action. To become what we hope someday to be, we have to start somewhere. And yes, every step is risky; anything can go wrong.

Every marketing campaign could be a dud. Every venture could be a bust. Every relationship could end in heartbreak.

Read the rest at the link:
http://www.tennessean.com/story/money/2014/05/10/kate-oneill-live-every-day-like-last/8919679/