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Finding Happiness Throughout Every Stage of Life

Finding Happiness Throughout Every Stage of Life. This article is a must read for anyone who spends a lot of time looking forward…to the weekend…a vacation…retirement etc. Happiness is right in front of you.

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The Art of Asking Questions

From the “Work In Sports” blog. The author, Brian Clapp discusses the art of asking questions. Whether you’re a sports reporter, job interviewee, or project manager, the art of asking thoughtful questions that churn a spirited discussion is crucial to … Continue reading

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Life Is Only As Complicated As We Make It

Life Is Only As Complicated As We Make It. This is a must read!

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A Curmudgeon’s Guide to All Things Awesome.

I confess. I’ve got a thing about this word “awesome.” It is abused, overused, misused, folded, spindled, mutilated, and beaten to death! The traditional definition is, according to dictionary.com, “inspiring an overwhelming feeling of reverence, admiration, or fear.” I might … Continue reading

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Kids (really do!) say the darndest things

With tomorrow being Mother’s Day, I hope that the following brings a few smiles to all you moms….and dads. My youngest just graduated from college last Saturday, so now we are facing an empty nest at home. In truth, it’s … Continue reading

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Don’t let technology distract from humanity

Generally speaking, I love technology. I remember when the first portable keyboard came out.  I was working at Carl Fischer Music in Chicago, and we received three Casio models. One was a glorified calculator, but the other two actually had … Continue reading

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