Category Archives: leadership

Week In Review – 21 Jan 2018

This week started cold but ended hot, and I am referring to not just the temperature. The end of the week signified the End for the U.S. Government.  It is shut down for now.  Amazing as it might seem, the … Continue reading

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Working With Digital World

  Digital world, not to be confused with virtual reality, is in our everyday life.   We interact with it through calling, navigating, reading, writing, etc.  And the list goes on.  The digital world is definitely real.  In fact, for many … Continue reading

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Make Time For It

  If “it” is something important to us, make time for it.  Otherwise, we are either cheating ourselves (i.e. the said important thing is really not) or poor manager of our time. Time is the great equalizer.  We all have … Continue reading

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What’s New In 2018?

It is year 2018.  January 3rd to be precise.  About the only noticeable difference the New Year brought me are the calendars around the house.  And even that, only the last digit of the year changed. So it begs the … Continue reading

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One Day At A Time

As the clock ticking closer to 31 December, I see more reviews on the year 2017.  No doubt, it has been an eventful year and nice to have a bow-tie neatly wrapped around this past twelve months.  Feels like a … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 24 Dec 2017

It’s the week before Christmas, and “humble” best describes how I felt this time of the year.  Surely growing older does not guarantee proportional gain in wisdom.  In fact, as Albert Einstein said, the more I learn, the more I … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 17 Dec 2017

Technology is great if you master it.  Otherwise, its impact could be cumbersome.  Email, social media, and the sorts are cases in point. Similarly, politics operates at a different level in that its mastery is never-ending (because people are more … Continue reading

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To Feel Deeply

In my youth, I recalled moments from whether a movie, story, or scene would move me, and tears would well up in my eyes.  Of course being a member of the male specie, it was my duty to hide this … Continue reading

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This Messy Democracy

American democracy the bulwark of the free world is not under siege, but it is what is on my mind as wintry gusts ofrom the Alberta Clipper screaming outside of my study windows. Received a Christmas invite which has the … Continue reading

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Reblog: Runners Are Weird?

We may be “weird” but are having the time of our life.  Email below from Tony Pallota of RunnersConnect.net touches so many traits that runners share. Hope you enjoy it!   Hi Terry Runners are weird. Strange. Abnormal. At least … Continue reading

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