Monthly Archives: October 2007

Surviving the game

Is this really what it’s all come down to? Do you really have to game the system to be heard? It’s kind of demoralizing. I want to believe it’s possible to be true to oneself and still be successful. However … Continue reading

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Why we “shouldn’t” do anything, but want everything we do.

I’ve been reading Monk at Work and have really enjoyed the honest, unfettered professionalism it brings. Adam merges the sometimes harsh world of management and motivation with what I consider to be a southern “cut to the chase” attitude, all … Continue reading

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Contextually Redefining ‘Friend’

I was ‘talking’ with a friend of mine and she expressed concern over what the future will hold when the majority of social interaction is via the Internet vs. face-to-face. Social Networking has nearly reached mainstream acceptance and it’s proven … Continue reading

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Becoming a leader … why should you care

As I’ve been creating this blog I’ve been having major struggles with what seems like a relatively minor component; the “about you” section. Everything seems to request a description and it’s a sensible position to have, i.e. why should people … Continue reading

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Getting Started

It seems there’s so much to do to first get started blogging. Most of it is a “known” set of things but there’s still many ends and outs you have to work through. My path has been to try to … Continue reading

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