Monthly Archives: October 2011

Remembering Our Fathers

Dear Friends, Today I have the very great pleasure to introduce you to Bruce Rosenstein, my guest blogger this week. Bruce is an extraordinary human being and a new friend I know you will enjoy coming to know. Bruce is … Continue reading

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No one can be described in one word–certainly not Steve Jobs

We live in a time when our language contracts many objects and practices into one word— we Google, Email, Text, Attach, Gift, and—Stressed from all that  qwikspeak, zip out of town for a Staycation at a huge country hotel with many … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs: The Perils and Pearls of Change

“Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose.”        –Steve Jobs Some folks are frozen in the tracks of their lives, always looking backward to … Continue reading

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What Every Parent Knows

Last week Bill Haas, a 29-year-old professional golfer, won The FedEx Cup in Atlanta.  The system used is to award points to tour professionals based on how they finish in each PGA tournament, and the winner of the cup is … Continue reading

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