Monthly Archives: March 2011

Save the Paper and the Bow

There are only two upsides that I have found while awaiting the next great executive opportunity.  Yes, you can read that opening sentence as “he is currently unemployed!”  First, I have been given some spare time to face my fondest … Continue reading

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The Bell Tolls for Each of Us

As a professional writer, it did not take long for me to come to the realization that my writing could only be as strong as my reading.  In order to expand the breadth of my view on humanity, I had … Continue reading

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Put Me in Coach, I’m Ready to Play

As a three-time C-level executive, I have always put a high premium on the value of leadership.  Forged by personal integrity, and melded by a keen awareness of who you are and what you stand for; leadership has come naturally for me.  … Continue reading

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I Knew I Should Have Turned Left at Albuquerque

For those of you raised in the 1960’s, as I was; surely you recognize the title of this post as the immortal words of one of the 20th Century’s greatest philosophers!  Yes, I speak of that cartoon sage of wisdom; … Continue reading

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The Law of Subtraction

We are keenly aware of the time-honored “Law of Attraction.”  It has deep roots, going back to biblical times with ancient wisdom; “So as you sow, so shall you reap.”  Of late there have been an entire series of books … Continue reading

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It’s a Cold Night in Sendai

It’s a cold night in Sendai, As the snowflakes flutter by. All those lives turned upside-down, In the rubble, once stood a town! That fateful day the Earth shook, Buildings swayed and people cried. An angry sea crashed and overtook, … Continue reading

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Chalk One Up for Humanity

As regular followers of my blog well know, every morning begins with me taking my loyal hound Xena on a two to three-mile walk.  She has her regular routes and I simply allow her to choose which path of discovery … Continue reading

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