From the category archives:

Conversation

Settle down, class, because I’d like to introduce you to the new girl, and we’re going to try something different at Club GK.   Joining us today for an e-mail exchange is Tall Anna, aka Freebird No. 4 from a previous post. We had one date together, and I can’t promise I won’t hit on you again […]

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GK on Vacation, and Self-Deprecation

by GK on November 26, 2010 · 2 comments

I am interrupting today’s turkey and pumpkin pie binge to make a temporary farewell entry. I’m two days from the vacation of a lifetime, as I’ll be spending 28 days visiting Australia, Singapore, Thailand and Hong Kong. The only reason I’m not excited about this is that I won’t be traveling with my laptop, which will […]

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Keeping it real and imperfect

by GK on June 1, 2010 · 6 comments

Last month, I watched a tour documentary on the White Stripes called “Under Great White Northern Lights.” What stood out to me, other than some blistering live sets and the weird chemistry between Jack and Meg White, is the part where Jack elaborates on the band’s philosophy on imperfection, and on “constriction to force ourselves to create.” I thought it tied in […]

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Lessons about ladies from the Juggler

by GK on February 1, 2010 · 4 comments

I’m loath to go so long between blog entries, but I’m back to juggling three jobs, not including my screenplay, so my free time is scarce. But stay tuned, because I do have some good posts I want to share with you. Speaking of jugglers, I spent a day in Seattle two weeks ago with Mr. Charisma […]

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Don’t be her shoulder to cry on

by GK on September 15, 2009 · 8 comments

My apologies for the long gap between entries. I’m close to finishing a screenplay I started two years ago, and I’m giving it most of my writing time. So I might be posting here less than usual for the time being, but don’t fret. GK’s still got your back. On to today’s topic.  Even we instructors admit to […]

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When you talk, be like Mike … Tyson

by GK on September 5, 2009 · 1 comment

As in my last post, I’ve got an unusual source of blogging inspiration. I recently watched a documentary that I surprisingly loved, and I can’t think of a more powerful example of talking about yourself, one component of the Big Four. The role model for talking about yourself? Mike Tyson. In almost any other way, Tyson is […]

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A word about relating to her

by GK on June 19, 2009 · 3 comments

It’s mailbag day, boys and girls. Today’s question is brought to me by Jude, who shares a problem he’s having lately: telling a woman how he can relate to her: “Lately my game has been doing good except for one little thing: relating in emotion. I do get closes though but after doing some (open-ended questions) there […]

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