Monthly Archives: June 2015

Fitness for all!

In 2010, the Supreme Court ruled that corporations hold the same under the first amendment to make political expenditures as people.  It launched a debate that continues…especially with another election year approaching.  There have even been calls for a constitutional … Continue reading

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Ah-h-h…the ‘Millennials!’

I’m a ‘boomer’. Yep. One of those. Part of that materialistic, rock and roll, protesting, gonna-change-the-world generation. A child of the 60s, we were touted as the largest generation in history. And, thanks to television arriving about the same time … Continue reading

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The importance of now…

Are you a procrastinator?  I can be.  Especially if the task at hand is not too exciting…or fun…or able to produce something I really will be proud of.  My desk … and my briefcase … reflect that I am often … Continue reading

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Uncomfortable…

Continuous learning.  Innovation.  “The Social Age.”  Inclusion.  Wellness. All frequently used words that we encounter in the workplace, in our communities, and in our personal lives these days.  We talk about these topics often and in many ways. For some, … Continue reading

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Difficult decisions…

As we make our way through life, most of us are challenged to make some difficult decisions. They may vary by degree of difficulty. That doesn’t necessarily mean that any are easy to make. I think when we’re younger the … Continue reading

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