Remembrance

November 9, 2011
This week I feel a strong connection to my dad as Remembrance Day approaches. In the spring of 2009, I stood on the beaches of Normandy and was mesmerized. I felt like I had been transported back 60+ years to that horrific and memorable day in June of 1944 when the largest sea invasion in history took place. The terror, the sacrifice, the valor – it was as if I was watching it in a movie, except ...

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Communication

October 28, 2011
Connecting with people is complicated in so many ways because there are plenty of variables at play. The setting makes a difference. Do you connect in the same way when in a social setting, at work, at home or at a funeral? Personalities, comfort levels, age and environment can also make a difference. Can you connect the same way with introverts and extroverts; with detail-oriented people and those who operate using only general parameters and few details; ...

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