Archive for May, 2010

Be A Genuine Leader

Saturday, May 22nd, 2010

Dressing up for Halloween is a favorite of most kids, not to mention adults in search of a good party. To pretend to be someone or something else is a fun and refreshing game. You get to say and do things that you otherwise might not, all in the spirit of role playing into your character. Then after an evening of frivolity, you get to take off the costume and return to yourself. Fun, fun, fun. (more…)

The Employment Tide Is Turning

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

Statistics from the Labor Department for February and March showed an interesting twist, one that should serve as a siren call to employers. More workers quit their jobs than were laid off during these months. People quitting their jobs is not typically newsworthy. But people quitting their jobs in this employment market is worthy of closer scrutiny. (more…)

Remebering Andy

Friday, May 7th, 2010

My good friend, mentor and adviser, Andy passed away last week. He fought a long and courageous battle with an illness that many a lesser person would have surrendered to years ago. But it is not for his intrepid steadfastness that I will remember him. Or for his storied background as a combat pilot or competitive triathlete. Rather it is for an even rarer commodity in the modern world, his towering integrity. (more…)