I’m Mark McElroy, an author, a professional facilitator who helps teams do their best work, and a working writer. I’ve got one husband (twenty-nine years together as of May 2021), two rescue dogs (Sunny Day and Windy Day), and a dozen or so books I’ve written on topics from Apple computers to tarot cards, most of which are available in seven languages. I’m also a pizza fanatic and an enthusiastic critic of great television and cinema.
At MarkMcElroy.com, I:
- publish The New Albany Blog, where I share what I’m discovering about New Albany, Mississippi, the town I’ve called home since December 2019.
- write essays about my current obsessions, including note-taking, agile working practices, spirituality (including meditation, recovery from fundamentalism, and divination), and an amazing thought processor called Roam Research.
- figure things out and “work out loud” by recording insights arising from things I read and study.
- share my experimental Roam Research “Daybook,” a public graph containing notes I take while reading, writing, and researching.