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COVID-19 & Social Changes

  Social distancing reduces interactions.  It is intended to slow down the spread of the virus,  a human intervention out of necessity.  As results, schools, churches, and other venues are canceled.  In their places come social media and technologies to … Continue reading

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A Leader – To Be Or Not To Be

  Not everyone wants to be a leader.  I for one do well in a supporting role. Giving my full support without the limelight nor the pressure suits me just fine.  I like the space so I can function more … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 3 May 2020

In the COVID-19 pandemic saga, the US is doing better in terms of mortality rate (5.9% per confirmed case) than most European countries.  We however take the lead in terms of the total numbers.  That is total confirmed cases, deaths, … Continue reading

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Connections

  Build bridges not walls – connect people.  

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Thanks For Being Me

  Who am I?  What value do I hold? What am I good at?  These kinds of questions used to give me the willies.  They compelled me to search for answers that implicitly meeting someone else’s expectations.  Scenarios like on … Continue reading

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Discovering Needs Through Data

  Loyalty programs such as the frequent flyer, shopper, or [filling the blank] are set up to collect customer data. What is the purpose of such data? Generally, it’s to generate more profit for the business. Pretty straight forward, right? … Continue reading

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Social Distancing Etiquette?

  The COVID-19 pandemic has one-third of the world’s population in lockdown of some form.  This is an unprecedented governments’ attempt to slow down the spread of the virus through social distancing. One third.  Imaging that.  But social distancing is … Continue reading

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TGIF Not!

  Let me see, the dishes can wait.  It’s Friday after dinner. Time to kick back and relax. Enjoy the weekend, right? On second thought, isn’t that what I have been doing all week under the stay-at-home order?  Oh yeah, … Continue reading

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An Emotional Rollercoaster Day

Today has been an emotional day for me upon learning the following COVID-19 developments: First, the Mayor of Washington DC, Muriel Bowser announced “93,000 people could contract COVID-19 in the city” based on an independent model. Conservative estimate notwithstanding, that’s … Continue reading

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How Are You Doing?

  Common experiences are shared connections between people. And strange to say that this COVID-19 pandemic has become an universal experience, unfortunately. Just about everyone is forced to deal with it to some degree.   No exemption. Pictured this: daily counts … Continue reading

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