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This is the second part of the first Chapter of my book: The Way – A Fable About Right and Wrong. Chapter 1 (continued) A man walked up to Paul, a big smile on his face, his hand outstretched. A … Continue reading
CHAPTER 1 Paul sat on the folding metal chair as the noise swelled around him and washed over him in waves. It was almost too much to bear. Dozens of different conversations, a hundred voices, all wanting to be heard, … Continue reading
Are you getting more than a little frustrated with the quality and value of Blog Posts on the Internet? Then why don’t we agree to do this: When you run across one of these posts, full of grammatical errors, too … Continue reading
It is sometimes easy for Leaders to forget or overlook the impact they have on their followers. In my experience, leaders cannot choose to lead people. It does not work that way. People choose to follow people who have exhibited … Continue reading
My Dad is 90 years old. A crusty, proud, and feisty Cuban gentleman. He is all that and more. Mom died a couple of years ago, and Dad has never been the same. I think he actually thought he and … Continue reading
It was Saturday morning, about 10 AM. I had just run several errands, and had stopped at a little hole in the wall cafeteria in Hialeah, near the nursing home where my Dad lives. These are restaurants with an open … Continue reading
The alarm goes off, and I realize I set it for 7 AM instead of 6 AM. I cut myself shaving. I jump in the shower and after I’m wet, realize there is no shampoo. I stub my toe in … Continue reading
While reflecting back, I thought this post of mine for several years ago might be useful to some of you.
When I got the message from Linked In that I was invited to publish content, I quickly and eagerly clicked on the Get Started link, and then… I hate to admit that the appearance of a blank page was quite … Continue reading