Monthly Archives: August 2017

Passages…

“We are not unlike a particularly crustacean.  The lobster grows by developing and shedding a series of hard, protective shells.  Each time it expands from within, the confining shell must be sloughed off.  It is left exposed and vulnerable until, … Continue reading

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See me….

It’s been a turbulent week in the world.  Lots of rancor.  Heightened emotion.  The events flood our news feeds…whether traditional or part of the social-media blitz…and start to dominate our conversations. It challenges us.  Our beliefs.  Our knowledge and acceptance … Continue reading

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Climbing…

I was chatting with an acquaintance recently about career building.  Often this can lead to a discussion of what it takes to climb the career ladder. The conversation gave me the opportunity to share my view that career progression is … Continue reading

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A good use of time…

“The way we spend our time defines who we are.”     —    Jonathan Estrin  Much has been written about the correlation between activity and who we are.  Long ago I became interested in the work of Morris Massey at the University … Continue reading

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