Love what matters

When my son was little, I often took him with me to visit my grandmother in the hospital. Once when a custodian came into the room, my curious three-year-old wanted to know what that person was doing. I explained that she helped keep the hospital clean. Curious Boy was not impressed. He had hoped the... Continue Reading →

Break it down

Years ago when I started working for my current employer, my boss put together an immersion plan for me to get to know the company. In addition to a fair amount of meet-and-greet activity, he made sure I got some hands-on experience. Hands-on, in this case, bore little resemblance to what you might expect for... Continue Reading →

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