Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Beauty of Change

Fall has finally come, although in the South with temperatures still in the 80’s, it doesn’t feel like Fall.  Regardless, it is.  Fall is being talked about as the second new year.  This time in the year we seem to … Continue reading

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When an Apology is NOT an Apology

There is much in the media in recent days about an apology that really is not an apology.  The specifics of the “apology” is not my focus in this article.  My intent is to differentiate when an apology is not … Continue reading

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Being Our Best Selves

I am going to stick my neck out here, and I am afraid that it might get chopped off!  But I must be true to what I believe.  I am reading some things lately about authenticity and being true to … Continue reading

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Speaking Truth to Power

Some will remember Anita Hill’s sexual harassment case against Supreme Court Justice nominee Clarence Thomas in the early 1990’s.  I certainly do.  That was around the same time that I was precipitously fired. I had been hired to make massive … Continue reading

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Running Out of Time

When we are young, we rarely think about running out of time.  Now that I am soon to be 65, I think of that a lot.  Perhaps it is the mounds of Medicare info that has been flooding my mailbox … Continue reading

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