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Living “Heuristically” and Strategy Execution

The unexamined life is not worth living. -Socrates The unlived life is not worth examining. -Sheldon Kopp After 60+ years of bumping through life I subscribe 100% to the latter quote.  If you haven’t embraced a life of stretching outside … Continue reading

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My Brother-in-Law, the Plumber . . .

My sister married a plumber.  He was a very successful plumber, enough so to have an expensive waterskiing boat, several cars and a large house.  But he wasn’t like me. Here’s the back story.  By the time I met my … Continue reading

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