Monthly Archives: June 2012

Change is made with the help of little leadership gestures

My wife and I often say we’ve been married to 2-3 different people in our lives.  Now, the fact is we’re married to our first and only spouse for more than 30 years.  We’ve both changed significantly over that time, … Continue reading

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Truly Self-Confident

Granted, I suffer from terminal earnestness, but I actually derive much benefit and satisfaction from the performance appraisal process.  I think most anyone has the potential to benefit from setting and achieving goals.  As the old axiom says, “If you … Continue reading

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A source of contentment

“I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was duty. I acted and behold, duty was joy.” R. Tagore A contented person has a servant’s heart.

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Are you playing out the clock?

Not too long ago, I was on the rowing machine in the gym, where I frequently sit and go nowhere fast, when I saw on the HD TV the image of Al Roker wishing someone a happy 100th birthday.  Such … Continue reading

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