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A Case for Less Passion – 5 Reasons


OK, I am prepared for the onslaught of readers disagreeing with my premise. Not really! Hardly anyone reads my blog, so, you few, loyal, and truly treasured supporters are left with the burden of pointing out my (in your eyes) obvious … Continue reading

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A Half Dozen Bruising Lessons – Let Me Save You the Pain


Please keep reading. Don’t get turned off by what you are about to read. Hear me out. Give me a chance. I think it will be worth your while. I consider myself to be a good leader. Considerate, thoughtful, strategic, … Continue reading

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The Way – A Fable About Right and Wrong


CHAPTER 1 Paul sat on the folding metal chair as the noise swelled around him and washed over him in waves. It was almost too much to bear. Dozens of different conversations, a hundred voices, all wanting to be heard, … Continue reading

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BFOs – Blinding Flashes of the Obvious


Are you getting more than a little frustrated with the quality and value of Blog Posts on the Internet? Then why don’t we agree to do this: When you run across one of these posts, full of grammatical errors, too … Continue reading

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3 Lessons Learned from a Random Act of Kindness


It was Saturday morning, about 10 AM. I had just run several errands, and had stopped at a little hole in the wall cafeteria in Hialeah, near the nursing home where my Dad lives. These are restaurants with an open … Continue reading

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