Monthly Archives: February 2013

Psychological Diversity – The Most Important Kind?

My wife and I were invited to a party to celebrate the beginning of the New Year. On the face of it, it was a pretty homogeneous crowd. There was little racial, ethnic, or cultural diversity to be found. But … Continue reading

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Discovering the Keys to Successful Partnerships

Have you ever sat down to write an article or prepare a presentation on a subject you thought was going to be a snap only to discover more complexity that you first suspected? This happened to me recently while I … Continue reading

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Don’t Ignore Opportunity’s Knock

When I was growing up I used to love to build things. I would design them in my head and then try to turn my designs into reality. Unfortunately for me my parents only half-heartedly supported my interest, and as … Continue reading

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Leadership – Passing the Torch of Parenthood

Just before Thanksgiving last year my son and his wife announced at a family dinner that she was expecting. Sometime this summer my wife and I will become grandparents! We knew that they had been focused on starting a family, … Continue reading

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