Monthly Archives: October 2020

Happy Halloween 2020

Halloween has joined other novel life events of 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic.  Above is guidance from my local government on how to celebrate this occasion safely. I appreciate the recommendations and have a feeling that something similar will … Continue reading

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Who Needs Face-to-face Connection?

  Everybody! Particularly during the Covid-19 pandemic when social distancing is the prevailing precaution, face-to-face connections, and ultimately human relations, are being sacrificed.  This comes at a price with serious long term implications. Yeah, yeah, yeah . . . I … Continue reading

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Customer Experience

  Nothing is perfect. The world we live is not [perfect],  even before the advent of Covid-19.  However, our – customer – experience can be. That is where we (government, business, or individuals) can make our marks. What’s your mission? … Continue reading

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Calm Before The Storm

  With the election being 6 days away, there is an urge in me to jump into the presidential race update. But I am not going to do that. 2020 is unusual enough as is with the Covid-19. I will … Continue reading

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How Am I Feeling One Week To Election?

  Thanks for asking. I feel the seasonal change inside my bones.  Last week in October.  The morning air was cool but crisp.  After my run, I have a hard time staving off this chill inside.  Hot shower, tea, and … Continue reading

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Battleground States For 2020

Eight days to election.  I indulge in reading the tea leaves about the two presidential candidates’ standings from USA Today: National average   Biden 51.4%, Trump 42.9% (Biden +8.6). Last week: Biden 51.9%, Trump 42.1%  12 Battleground or Swing state … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 25 Oct 2020

“People are getting tired of the Coronavirus” is a statement I hear a lot lately.  Perhaps it is so, but what option do we have?  Instead of passive acceptance, I prefer the saying, “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade.”  … Continue reading

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Personal Responsibility

  While running this morning, fellow SRC member Brandon reminded me that the prevention of the Coronavirus has little to do with public policy but more with personal responsibility. Hmmm . . .”Personal responsibility,” a term I haven’t heard much … Continue reading

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Dodged A Bullet

Recently, wife and I visited Chicago.  It was a belated trip for our wedding anniversary.  Yesterday, the Windy City imposed a curfew of 10pm on all non-essential businesses due to the surge in Covid-19 hospitalizations.  And Chicago was not unique. … Continue reading

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Taking Care Of Self During Covid-19

  I have posted “Taking Care Of Self” a few years back. But with the Covid-19 pandemic, it has become even more imperative to revisit this topic. Instead of getting worn out by the Coronavirus, it is an opportunity to … Continue reading

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