Monthly Archives: July 2011

God Bless Betty Ford

Betty Ford recently passed on.  Truly a life to be celebrated!  In my book Humanity at Work: Encouraging Spirit, Achievement & Truth to Flourish in the Workplace (Chapel Hill Press 2008), I present a surefire way to assess the worth … Continue reading

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It’s a Waste of Time Worrying About That Guy

Recently, I watched an extraordinary documentary detailing the lives of various animals that populate Yellowstone National Park. The film makers took us through one year-four seasons with certain of these animals.  It was remarkable to witness how they managed to … Continue reading

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Two Great Gifts of Our Life

Recently, my wife Jean and I spent some time in the mountains of North Carolina. There is a golf course in the community in which we resided. While there, one of our neighbors, a man I know to be well … Continue reading

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To Retire or Not To Retire – It’s an Option not a Mandate

I recently read a really neat article about Bob Wolff, the legendary sports announcer who has been inducted into both The Baseball and Basketball Halls of Fame.  The article focused on how it came about that fate provided him the … Continue reading

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