Category Archives: leadership

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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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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Friendly Reminders

Less than 20 days to US general election. If you intend to vote, voting by mail, early voting, and in-person voting are options available. Don’t miss this opportunity to make a difference. Covid-19 case is on the rise. Face covering, … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 4 Oct 2020

Not sure if it’s me or this unusual year, but a sharp contrast in the weather marks an abrupt transitions from summer to fall.  The United States I know has become divided America.  Our civility gone to chaos.  Maybe, because … Continue reading

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Bad News America

  Big news this morning – with a month to the election, Mr. Trump and the First Lady got the Coronavirus. First, best wishes for the First Couple’s speedy recovery.  Two, time for the White House personnel to wear face … Continue reading

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Trump’s Pinocchio Nose

  While growing up, my aunt told me something about lying that has stuck with me. She said, for every lie you tell, you need ten more to cover it. The moral of her story is don’t lie because you … Continue reading

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The Presidential Debate That Wasn’t

  Last night Messrs Trump and Biden, presidential candidates for the two major parties had their first scheduled “debate.”  And Chris Wallace from the Fox News was the moderator.  Little to no substance were presented during the 90 minutes exchange. … Continue reading

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Our Failure To Respond (To COVID-19)

  The pandemic of Coronavirus has killed one million people worldwide to date (and counting). Out of that million dead, two hundred thousands (20%) are in the US which holds 4% of world’s population. US is the superpower of the … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 27 Sep 2020

Two types of events exist: ones we can control and the others we can’t. Coronavirus pandemic is an example of an event that we are trying to bring it under control. Not an easy task, and it certainly takes time.  … Continue reading

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Private & Public Sector Partnership Gone Wrong

  The Coronavirus is a pandemic and a public health concern. By definition, the government has the responsibility of managing it.  Therefore, the effectiveness of the government actions (in managing the Covid-19) has a direct impact on the private sector. … Continue reading

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