What Unites Us

This is a “Christmas Story” that maybe can remind us that we have more that unites us than divides us. My dad “Herbie’ was a Mr. Fix-it in his heart of hearts. We lived on ten acres and my dad...
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To Get Ahead at Work, Be at Work

Sunday’s New York Times weighed in on the discussion of working remote versus on –site, specifically for Millennials. Journalist Noam Scheiber wrote an article entitled, To Get Ahead at Work, It Helps to Actually Be at Work. Although the article...
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Simone Biles and A Dead Cat: I am Conflicted

My sister called to ask my perspective on Simone Biles withdrawing from Olympic competition. It was not exactly the New York Times calling for my opinion, but at least someone wanted to know my perspective. My sister was asking because...
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3 Lessons Learned from my Legacybox.com Experience

  The postman hand delivered my box of memories, Legacybox.com converted 12 horse show videos to one flash drive.   My dad’s early embrace of technology made the flash drive possible. While I was showing, I did not have the vision to...
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Do You Ask for What You Need?

I am bravely hosting my first in-person event in what will be 18 months when it happens on August 15. Covid style we will use the atrium of my building so we can socially distance, attendance is limited, and exercises...
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