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Hidden Agenda is not so Hidden . . .

I was recently having breakfast at an out-of-town hotel (something I do quite often these days) prior to a client meeting and at the table next to me sat three businessmen.  They were also away on business and their day, … Continue reading

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More on Parenting . . .

One of my recent posts was a 2011 review of my blogs about Parenting.  Thanks to all of you who sent feedback and comments about these thoughts and experiences.  I am pleased you enjoyed them. In going through all my … Continue reading

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2011 Review: The Best of Parenting

I am in the midst of raising a second family (I have one daughter aged 35 and another aged 12) so I have some experience of getting it right and wrong over a period of nearly three decades.  Not that … Continue reading

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Beware the “Blue” Crabs . . .

Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goal.   – Henry Ford I heard a story over thirty years ago and it still reverberates inside my mind, especially when I am engaged in a … Continue reading

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Sometimes the job is harder at home (revisited) . . .

This is one of my most popular posts from several months ago, but it warrants a rethink by all of us. I don’t care how poor a man is; if he has family, he’s rich.  ~Dan Wilcox and Thad Mumford, … Continue reading

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