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St. Maarten Hurricane Irma Evacuation Plans

This is Part Three of Mike and my Hurricane Irma experience in St. Maarten       Our local friends, Ron and his family, leaving our resort the morning we were to be evacuated       Hurricane Irma had … Continue reading

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Hurricane Irma in St. Maarten

“Don’t worry about the car; just stay safe.”  This was from a representative of the car rental agency in St. Maarten from whom we had rented our car for our two week stay there.  Mike and I had gone by … Continue reading

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Just Because You Have Space Does Not Mean That You Have Room for More Stuff!

  Daughter Tara spoke those words last week when she was in Raleigh.  These few days later, I do not even remember the context, but her words ring so clearly in my mind. I know that I have too much … 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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Relationship Management

All of us are in the business of relationship management, whether we think of it that way or not.  This is true on a professional as well as personal level.  On a personal level we have relationships with our family … Continue reading

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