Most of us are watching in horror as the latest acts of terrorism unfold in Boston. Our systems have, once again, been shocked by heinous acts of violence. Bombs exploding at the Finish Line of the Boston Marathon have claimed the lives of at least
When my daughter, Jenna, died in a bus accident in 1996 while on the Semester-at-Sea program in India, I was in choiceless agony. So were the parents of the three other girls who died in that accident. That same year, I started the Jenna Druck
It’s 4 AM and I am laying awake, feeling unsettled and thinking about how distant and disconnected I feel from my personal life. Not from my beloved, sleeping sweetly at my side, but from myself. I’ve spent a lot of time and energy focused on
We’re all dreamers, some of us more than others. Inspired by ancestors, explorers, pioneers and founders of nations, on whose shoulders we stand, we take hold of our own destinies — and shoot for the stars. It is, after all, up to us to make
Ken will be a regular guest on U-T TV in San Diego, with host Taylor Baldwin (pictured above). For further information about how to tune in, visit http://www.utsandiego.com/tv/.
“So much for Plan A,” my coaching client, Adelle, told me a few short hours after being diagnosed with Stage 4 brain cancer. “This is not what I signed up for, Ken. I’m only 43 and I’ve got my whole life ahead of me. It’s
Friday, March 30, 2012 – 3:00pm Ken will speak at San Diego Women’s Week, highlighting his new book: The Real Rule of Life: Balancing Life’s Terms with Your Own – due out May 2012.
Saturday March 10 2012 – 9:00-3:00 How old do you have to be to come to terms with how old you are? Join Ken at this one-day workshop designed to help you summon the courage, vision and strength to age courageously!
In 2011 Ken co-founded the nations first Community Editorial Board at the San Diego Union-Tribune. Pictured here with community leaders from both sides of the border including Tijuana Mayor Carlos Bustamante, and Plantronics CEO Alejandro Bustamante.
Our family suffered the unimaginable on September 5, 2008. Our twelve year old son, Josh was killed in an accident. Our lives forever shattered…everything we knew as a loving family of five, forever altered. Shortly after our unspeakable tragedy, I was given Dr. Ken Druck’s