Monthly Archives: April 2011

Anatomy of a Cyberego

Somewhere about eight years ago, my three daughters began to harass their terminally single father about diving back into the dating pool.  They had obviously banded together in the war room to map out their strategy in approaching me.  I … Continue reading

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Life Reduced to an Elevator Ride

Whether it’s going to the office or paying a visit to the doctor; all of us have probably spent time on an elevator in the past week.  As a student of human nature, I cannot help but see this roughly … Continue reading

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Three Days of Enjoyment Leave

I have been a global senior executive for the majority of my working career.  As a strategic planning and operations professional; I have often found myself responsible for developing and approving personnel policies.  Having a true interest in those who work … Continue reading

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The Dawn of the Mole Age

My legacy is embedded in the ancients.  I come from the dark recesses of the pre-technology era.  No, not the time before horseless carriages or taking into the skies in those newfangled airplane contraptions!  I came of age with the … Continue reading

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The White Bag of Honor

As you have learned by now, I am an avid dog owner.  That means that my 90-pound hound, Xena, and I take two brisk walks every day.  We manage to cover somewhere between three and four miles a day and … Continue reading

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A Set of Cranial Curls

I am a bodybuilder!  Every time I utter that statement to somebody, I feel like it is the first day of a 12-step recovery program.  Yes, my size is a slight hint of my physical pursuits, but people are still surprised … Continue reading

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