Tag Archives: Kent Sterling Fired

Kent Sterling – Happy Self-employed Free Agent
June 17, 2010

by Kent Sterling Life is good.  It took some time to get here, but the view from the other side of having your professional identity defined by those you don’t really know is really good.  There is a confidence that can only exist when you get to steer the ship for yourself. Being able to […]

Kent Sterling – Recovering Program Director
May 9, 2010

by Kent Sterling An interesting thing happens when you focus your attention on moving in a direction.  The first is that you move farther away from being the person you were before you started moving.  The second is that you get somewhere else more quickly than when you stood in one place.  That sounds elementary […]

Kent Sterling Fired – Final Chapter
March 1, 2010

by Kent Sterling The number of times people Google “Kent Sterling Fired” leads me to believe that my timely demise as program director from Emmis Indianapolis reflects a level of interest that mirrors my own – none.  The quality of my life is so much better that it’s hard to describe.  My energy is much better.  My health […]

Kent Sterling Fired – Chapter Five; Happy Birthday to Me
February 22, 2010

by Kent Sterling There is a great scene at the end of the film “Charlie Wilson’s War” where Phillip Seymour Hoffman explains to Tom Hanks how good and bad fortune isn’t always good and bad.  There aren’t many of us who want to be fired.  I sure as hell didn’t.  Both of the radio stations for which […]