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“Doctors Warn: 9 Out of 10 Deciders Suffer from Inattentive Blindness”

To have fun with this essay we have to invoke the honor system. You have to promise–cross your heart, that you will not read the body of this note until you click onto the following link and watch the video … Continue reading

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Want Coworkers to Change? Try Selling Them the Brooklyn Bridge!

I was in San Francisco last month as the city celebrated the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge.  Several articles I read out there spoke to the engineering marvel of this bridge, its construction representing a huge leap forward … Continue reading

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The Day the Music Died

I actually met Dick Clark. I was an executive at a company when Dick agreed to be the MC at our sales meeting. I attended two cocktail parties with Dick and had the opportunity to speak to him for some … 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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Change – The Rebirth of Opportunities

 Have you ever witnessed a sunset in Key West, Florida? As the moment approaches folks congregate on the beach near the downtown restaurants. As the glorious fireball disappears, its flames seemingly extinguished by the sea, the fortunate witnesses break into … Continue reading

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