Monthly Archives: December 2018

Last Day of 2018

It’s a wet one on this last day of the year in Washington DC.  The Lame Duck  Congress, made more lame by the government partial shutdown for the 10th day straight, is in pro forma session.  Nothing will be done … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 30 Dec 2018

Last week in 2018. The passage of time always makes me reflective.  And this week I thought about people.  Particularly my own paradigms on people – how we explore them, label them, and interpret them. People is a subject that fascinates me … Continue reading

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What About People?

The answer:  it is all about the people. Ever forget to get gas because too busy driving?  We get engrossed in the task, chase fact or truth for its own sake, and leave people’s feeling at the curb.  We lose … Continue reading

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Critical Thinking. Part 1

Google the definition of critical thinking, and you will get “the objective analysis and evaluation of an issue in order to form a judgement.”  I like that definition.  To me, the key components are “objective” and logical reasoning. You see, … Continue reading

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“Seeking Challenge”

  Common in resumes is the phrase “seeking greater or increasing challenges” – the reason to move or advance one’s career.  While no doubt in the job seeker’s intention, the phrase is often misused for the career move.  Why? How … Continue reading

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Curiosity

“How does it work? Why is it so? When will it happen? Where to find more?” and other questions are asked by people who are curious.  And these questions are wonderful because they represent curiosity which is the basis for … Continue reading

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Labeling

Information are classified into categories.  So they can be organized and retrieved quickly.  As part of the process, labels are affixed to these categories (or sub-categories) for identification.  Makes perfect sense and all good. But when it comes to people, … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve

Winter sun softens the chill feeling. Perfect prelude for Santa’s traveling. Deck the halls with boughs of holly. It is time to be ready for season’s jolly. To family, friends near and far, A Merry Christmas wherever you are.

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Week In Review – 23 Dec 2018

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. . .  Albeit, the government is partially shutdown, the holiday moods as well as my retirement are thankfully not dampened. The traditional family and relatives gatherings go on as usual.  For an introvert like … Continue reading

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Introvert Love

“Introverts need personal space and time alone to reflect, which is how they develop their energy.” ~ Glenda at Ps of Mine When I came across that line in Glenda’s blog post, I said to myself – here is somebody … Continue reading

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