Monthly Archives: July 2011

A Bit of Selfish Self-Promotion

As many of you know by now; I  blog in order to share my insights on the everyday events and situations that surround us.  I enjoy nothing more than drawing the deeper meaning in the mundane and unusual; and then … Continue reading

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A Tip of the Hat

Every morning, come sun or snow, begins with a canine romp around the neighborhood.  Still sleepy-eyed, and hoping to soon feel the influence of several cups of coffee; my fingers instinctively manage to fit the harness over ninety pounds of muscular … Continue reading

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Table for One Please

Having flown well over a million miles in my career and having conducted business in some seventy countries; I am no stranger to eating in new restaurants.  Unless I am entertaining a client or breaking bread with a sales partner, … Continue reading

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Emotional Vampires

It is a beautiful morning and you are on top of the world.  You slept the entire night through, snuggled under the covers like a baby.  You dreamt that you were on a secluded Caribbean island; embracing the harmony that comes … Continue reading

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Chief Enthusiasm Officer

All of us in the corporate world yearn to reach the very echelon of power; the coveted position of CEO.  Once those three magical letters appear on our business card, the entire world can pay witness to the fact that … Continue reading

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Running in Circles

As a young student, I excelled in the field of mathematics.  There was a certain order to the universe of this particular science and every problem came with a solution.  In the jungle of teenaged chaos; structure was something I … Continue reading

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Apathy Avenue

All too often, the majority of us share a common mailing address.  We find ourselves living on a street called “Apathy Avenue.”  We do not relocate there by intent; rather, complacency acts as our real estate agent and denial is … Continue reading

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