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Behind the lens.

  • March 14, 2017

My love for photography started years ago with my Aunt Anita. Each time she visited, we explored another chapter from her travel log.  Her images and stories were mesmerizing to me as a child.  And much to my family’s chagrin, the…

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The enemy is already in the room…

  • January 12, 2016

I arrived early to see if I could get a table in the quieter part of the restaurant.  I knew the conversation with my friend would need space to work. He arrived a little late and looked a bit rattled. …

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Vanishing Choice.

  • February 26, 2015

The abundance of choices we have in today’s world is overwhelming.   Seems everyone wants to give us options…so we can chose.  nice...but is it necessary? When you consider that the human capacity to process options tops out at 5 plus…

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Set goals…inspire.

  • July 8, 2014

Do you set your goals to push your people to extreme targets to ensure you get performance or do you set realistic goals to inspire solid execution and inspire extra effort to hit the stretch? I have heard both views…

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What’s for Sale?

  • June 4, 2014

We have all experienced that crossroads in our careers when someone pushed us to the limit.  It’s then that we must decide. What is for sale? It all happens so innocently. First you accept the job or project and get…

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Just.

  • April 2, 2014

As I walked down the hallway I heard, “hey I need some help.  Would you just do this for me?”  The tone in the voice made it impossible to say no because of course it was so simple.  Can you…

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Drive your own bus…

  • March 5, 2014

  Imagine a scene where you are standing on the street corner, and you notice the car turning the corner doesn't have a driver. Or another, where you notice that every time you meet someone, they are riding with someone…

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Power of a picture.

  • February 5, 2014

I live most of my life with pictures and so do you.  Pictures help us tell our stories and they have since the cave man days.  Now with the advent of digital photography and Facebook, our ability to make this…

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Can she play?

  • January 19, 2014

Playing Volleyball is a tradition at the annual company picnic.  It was something I brought back my first year as President, after previous leadership stopped it because they saw it as “just” a volleyball game.  It was a huge win…

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