All Work and No Play Makes Michael a Dull Boy

Michael B. Musgrove
8 min readJul 23, 2021

As I’m now middle-aged, I can admit some characteristics about myself that I would deny as a child, which my daughter denies and shares. I see so much of myself in her. Ironically there are traits that I also notice she doesn’t share with her mother which I recognize, and some that she does, which I believe are more from modeling and conditioning/manipulation than anything innate, which is what I focus on more due to being able to appreciate much more.

One such trait is never wanting to admit being sleepy or tired. Never wanting to go to bed until we…

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Michael B. Musgrove

Featured in HBR (Oct. 11), MBA, published author and marketing professor. To start with.