My LeGarrette Blount Moment

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

So much negativity. We’re just days away from the biggest sporting event of the year, and most of the media hype surrounding the game has focused on a “scandal” involving deflated footballs, and an egotistical athlete who has made a sport out of refusing to engage with reporters. “They’re missing a great story,” I told […]

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Put Your Name On It

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

I love a good press conference. And by ‘good,’ I mean one in which an athlete, coach or owner goes off script and provides an unforgettable sound bite. Over the years, we sports fans have witnessed some doozies. There was former Indianapolis Colts coach Jim Mora, whose infamous “Playoffs?!” rant quickly became a staple on […]

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Confidence Isn’t A One-Shot Deal

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

I still remember the first time I watched the Mary Tyler Moore Show. I had just discovered Nick at Nite, a network that unearthed long-cancelled shows, exposing younger generations to treasures we may not have ever discovered, like Hogan’s Heroes and I Love Lucy. I loved watching the ‘old’ shows, which to me were far […]

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The Book Of Bobbie

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“How did it go?” “Besides awkward, you mean? It wasn’t good.” A few days ago, my husband Dan and one of his colleagues held a “Come to Jesus Meeting” (CTJM) with a staff member (I’ll call her Molly). Her work had been slipping to the point where critical mistakes were being made on a daily […]

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A New Premise For A Common Promise

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“Are you going to yoga Saturday?” my husband asked, hoping to finalize our plans for the weekend. “Yeah,” I said, eagerly anticipating 75 minutes of exercise, and peace. And then I saw the date, and realized Saturday is January 3, mere days into the phenomenon that results in long lines and crowds at gyms and […]

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