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My (internal) Confrontation Waiting to Happen – Again

I’ve had ‘confrontations’ with myself for years now, simply because I know I should be doing things that continuously make myself better. And by better, I mean refocusing my efforts to live life to the fullest – being a better friend, brother, son, uncle, employee; working out a little more; drinking a little less; traveling […]

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How to be Remarkable

Two years ago (which at this particular moment seems like a lifetime) I came across a great presentation on the true meaning of success.  At that time, the American mood was pretty grim as companies and individuals were still experiencing the catastrophic effects of the 2008-09 financial disasters.  I had (fortunately) just gotten hired in […]

Things to Think About in 2010

I decided to go through the 400+ messages my Google Reader has accumulated over the past couple of weeks.  Trudging my way through myriads of information from web analytics to investment insights, I discovered a wonderful post from David Meerman Scott.  David passed on a freely shared e-book written by Seth Godin (whom I also follow via an RSS […]

Seth’s Blog: Who gets to decide what you want?

Sometime Seth hits the nail on the head.  This is one of those times. Take  a minute to read his post and let me know what you think.  Seth’s Blog: Who gets to decide what you want? Posted using ShareThis

Networking, et all.

I went on an informational interview with Ken Moir, from Brunner Advertising yesterday afternoon.  He graciously provided a myriad of helpful information including, a critique of my resume, names of potential leads and informative blogs to read.  The one thing that truly stood out was this:  “You know how people say it’s not what you know, but who you […]

Are we that stupid? Perhaps…

Here’s an interesting story I wanted to share, from marketing guru Seth Godin.  The timing is perfect, with us in the midst of a horrible presidential campaign season.  (Since when did it become Obama v. Palin?  Why don’t people ignore the truth?)  http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2008/09/spin.html This post hit hard because I can’t stand uneducated ignorance.  If you […]