Monthly Archives: December 2011

Pay Attention When You Play Poker with Father Time

As we come upon the New Year, opportunities will most surely come upon you. If some of these opportunities compelling but you excuse yourself out of taking the attendant risk, consider the following. We have all experienced the death of … Continue reading

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Life Does Not Kill Our Dreams

“Annually I publish  a Holiday Letter that I send to friends that dot the globe. Many of the prior letters are contained in my book, Humanity at Work: Encouraging Spirit, Achievement and Truth to Flourish in the Workplace (Chapel Hill … Continue reading

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When Your World Shifts

“The tragedy of life is what dies in a man while he lives.”  Albert Schweitzer In a recent interview the iconic singer Tony Bennett made an interesting observation.  He said that with the ascendance of megastars like Elvis and the … Continue reading

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Friendly Fire on the Corporate Battlefield

In August 1944 Ernie Pyle, the Pulitzer Prize-winning WWII war correspondent, gave us a small glimpse of the horror of war as he described what it would be like when that war ended:  “It will seem odd when at some … Continue reading

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