Category Archives: leadership

Keeping Eyes On The Prize

Say you have figured out what is important, your big rock or whatever the metaphor may be.  Keeping focus on it is however not always easy.  Because what’s important often takes a tumble to the trivial of daily life.  Why? … Continue reading

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What’s New & Interesting?

Even though routines can provide a degree of familiarity and comfort, the sameness after awhile becomes flat.  Boredom sets in. And motivation wanes.  At least that’s how I perceive the current state of affair in Washington. Hence, the question what’s … Continue reading

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My Directions In Life

Direction in life? Sounds like a big question to answer?  Not for me. Two years ago, I decided to retire and embark on a journey to discover what my new chapter in life would be.  It was a conscious act. … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 14 May 2017

Happy Mother’s Day! President Trump has convinced me this week that he is not the right person for the job. And I say that based on his behaviors since gotten into the White House.  His blatant disregards for the laws, for … Continue reading

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Patience, Part 2

Part 1 here. A few days ago, I came across this quote: Empathic listening takes time, but it doesn’t take anywhere near as much time as it takes to back up and correct misunderstandings when you’re already miles down the road, … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 7 May 2017

Easy to mistaken that we are the center of the universe as I welcomed the month of May this week.  The warming weather and seasonal transition here in Washington D.C. is opposite of those in the Southern Hemisphere.  A phenomena that … Continue reading

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You Win Some, You Lose Some

Today I lost my debit card.  Odd thing was how it happened – within 15 minutes between the bank and the store.  Talking about being absent minded.  What was I thinking in that short span of time? “Oh how I … Continue reading

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How To Tell Your Life Story?

Whether you are a story teller or not, when it comes to the question of “tell me about yourself,” it is one story that you can’t miss.  Who else would be in a better position to talk about your own … Continue reading

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Patience

Why am I being so impatient? so eager to run away? Not a thing nor place I need to attend to, except right here, right now. The context: I was talking with my mom. I belong to the sandwich generation. … Continue reading

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Trump & Alternative?

Waking up to the reality that today has been 100 days since Trump moved into the White House and yet another protest march (on Climate) downtown. Whether you cheer or jeer Trump, one thing is certain.  Trump is different. As … Continue reading

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