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What If?

I received a dreaded phone call this morning about a business acquantance who died last night of a sudden heart attack.  In some respects it wasn’t a big surprise because the individual had suffered from heart problems for a number of years.  

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Change your game?

Changeyourgame.com! What a great name for a website and it’s for real. Only problem is unless you are a golfer it’s not for you, but what a great idea. What if you could “change your game”?  Just go to a website and get yourself changed.

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TailGate Party anyone? A creative job that’s fun.

Football is finally over!  At times it seemed like the football season would never end and yet it now it seems like the season went by at a record pace. Whenever I attend a game, my wife and I always plan on getting to the game a couple of hours early and tail gate with friends.

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Filling Those Retirement Years.

There are many articles written about having enough money to live comfortably well into our retirement as well as about finding something meaningful to do after we retire.

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Life Tough? Make it Better in 2011

In the 1950’s there was a popular rock n’ roll song called Life.  It’s opening lyrics went something like this: “What’s life? A magazine How much does it cost?   It costs 20 cents But I only have a nickel. Aw Aw that’s tough” Indeed life can be tough. Has life in 2010 been tough for you?  […]

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You’re Only Old Once!

As part of my new year’s resolutions I began cleaning some old books off my shelves when I came across a book by Dr. Suess that my daughter gave me for Christmas a number of years ago.

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Big ideas and plus 50

Muzak – George Owen Squier; Assembly line – Henry Ford; Electric Razor – Jacob Schick; Helicopter – Igor Sikorsky; Parking meter – Carl Magee; Microwave oven – Percy Spencer; Communications satellite – John Robinson Pierce. All these people were fifty plus when their inventions became successful

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Manners and Models

Just read a column by Peggy Post, director The Emily Post Institue (yes that Emily Post) entitled “Oh, Behave!”, AARP May/June. It prompted me to think about business manners today, or the lack of them I should say. What sort of messages do we send young people today when they see our business leaders, government officials and […]

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