Job One

As I’ve gotten older and now have more than 30 years into my career, many things are more clear about life and work. In the end it’s the people in your life that matter most, especially children, especially if they’re *YOUR* kids. A recent list left on my refrigerator sums it up pretty well. It’s …

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Lonely Is The Night

“Lonely is the night, when you find yourself alone, Your demons’ come to light, and your mind is is not your own…” These are not just great lyrics from Billy Squire, but a sentiment that often rings true for me, especially these last couple of years. These last couple years I find myself waking up …

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Lists Redux

I’ve written before about lists, scribbling down more words, likely same thoughts, so helpful sometimes, lists. Scribble down more words to share as I scribble down more words on a list, endless words, endless things to do. Lists like a safety valve, pressure valve, always more always more, scribble down the words that are tied …

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Priorities

We all have them. How to sort, categorize? Professional? For sure. How we make living, how we pay the bills, But family too, gotta say, gotta say, family is first…it’s a hard pull sometimes, but that’s my take. Different philosophies around that, plenty of business people who sometimes - maybe even often - fudge their …

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