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The Perception of Value

The Perception of Value

The perception of value is a peculiar thing. For instance, years ago I attended a wine tasting where the sommelier explained that price should have nothing to do with how we buy and drink wine. He told us it was all in our head, and that a blind tasting experiment...
What’s Your Angle?

What’s Your Angle?

Let’s be honest, everyone has an angle. We may not think we do, but we do. I am not talking about your best angle for selfies on social media, I am talking about your angle – the reason you do what you do. So, what’s your angle? If I ask people what their angle...
Strength in Willpower

Strength in Willpower

Last Sunday evening I found myself thinking, wow, what a game!! I am talking about the Superbowl of course, and I am sure many of you disagree. If you just look at the final score, it was a horrible game. However, despite the absolute sweep, I watched to the end and...
Constructive Anger

Constructive Anger

Earlier this week it snowed quite a bit in my area, and the company who did the snow plowing did a horrible job. In the process of cleaning the streets, they dumped a bunch of extra snow across everyone’s driveway multiple times, resulting in a lot of additional work...
Trust is Fragile

Trust is Fragile

I am a big proponent of processes; I believe they make life easier, but sometimes a process fails you and the Universe intervenes. Lately, the Universe has been stepping in for these Friday thoughts of mine; mainly because in this new normal my process needs to...
Does Character Truly Matter?

Does Character Truly Matter?

It’s been a week, actually it’s been a crazy few weeks. We’ve seen our Capital building breached and witnessed riots, we swore in a new President and celebrated Martin Luther King; we’ve observed the best and worst in people—sometimes both at the same time. I’ve been...

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