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Balancing factors for situation success

I’ve been blessed in life with the opportunity to tackle a diverse set of me-stretching challenges.  Perhaps I sought these out by saying “Yes, I can do that!” a bit hastily, but I’ve never considered a perceived-by-others failure to be … Continue reading

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Be a special projects hero

Fame. We all want to live forever.  But it’s best if we do that by making a real difference in something that matters. Many successful professionals are tapped to be members of a “Special Project” team at some point in … Continue reading

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Decisions make it visible

I’m amazed at the power of a well-framed, clearly-stated decision to shine the light on a murky issue.  I’m reminded of Proverbs 20:5, “A plan in the heart of a man is like deep water, but a man of understanding draws … Continue reading

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Lifelong innovation

Lifelong innovation is one of my passions.  Whether the subject is some area of life, a process or a product, I’m wired to look for continuous improvement.  I’m certainly not a subscriber to the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix … Continue reading

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