Monthly Archives: September 2011

That’s Not What I Meant

Hello there, “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” – George Bernard Shaw I’ve never met Mr. Shaw, but let me put it another way:  The message intended is rarely the same as … Continue reading

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Saying Yes To No

Dear friends, If you procrastinate, this might sting a bit: “We have left undone those things which we ought to have done; and have done those things which we ought not to have done.” – The Book of Common Prayer … Continue reading

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Whatcha Readin’?

Hello my friends, Whatcha readin?  Other than this post, I mean. The most successful people I’ve ever met are devoted readers.  In fact, they read a great deal.  They may not read the sames books, as there are so many … Continue reading

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The Customer is Always … the Customer

As you know, there are countless business strategies and books.  In my view, some of the strategies and books are outstanding, most are OK and some are simply weak.  That’s just one man’s opinion, of course, and there are thousands … Continue reading

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Going With The Flow

Imagine two parallel rivers, flowing in opposite directions.  Two friends decide to swim a mile in the same direction, one in each river.  Further imagine that the friends are of identical swimming ability and put forth the same effort in … Continue reading

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