Anybody can learn anything right? Actually, no. It’s not even close to the truth. For instance, as much as I’ve tried over the years I just can’t absorb anything much about cars. I like how some of them look and I love the colors. I sometimes like the interiors. But if it involves engines or […]

If you’re like me, you do a lot of waiting. I wait for my computer to boot up. I wait for food to cook. I wait to get paid. I wait for the mail. I wait in long lines at the grocery store. None of this is all that new; it probably happens to you […]

I’m often asked what I do for business. I answer that differently depending upon who I’m talking to. If I’m talking to people in health care, I mentioned that I’m a health care finance consultant. If I’m talking to people who work in large organizations, mentioned that I am a leadership and diversity presenter and […]

I remember the first time I was promoted to a leadership position, when I was named assistant supervisor of a new department. One of the first things the supervisor said to me was “I don’t have a lot of time, and I don’t like to repeat myself, so pay attention and take good notes, and […]

Sometimes small things tell big stories. This is one of those… although the small thing isn’t necessarily all that small. memory course When I was 12 years old, I was living in northern Maine and going to school on Loring AFB Base. I found myself having problems fitting into the process of school after not […]

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