Monthly Archives: September 2014

A Question Worthy of Action

I love small jets and small airports, but they have their disadvantages. Flying home from Ohio I was booked to fly out of the Toledo airport. A small airport served by only one airline. They have three flights in a … Continue reading

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Leadership Tea

Interesting movie, “Tea with Mussolini”. Two characters are an interesting study. Elsa is a rich Jewish – American socialite, with an entertainment background; outgoing and flamboyant. Lady Hester is the widow of an English Ambassador, acquaintance of Mussolini, and very … Continue reading

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Hold the Pain

The doctor said the original problem was bone spurs. The pain caused by the spurs caused me to limit my movement. The limited movement caused scar tissue to form which increased the pain; which further limited movement, which eventually led … Continue reading

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Presenting Your Presence

There were several people gathered and a disagreement arose with people trying to choose the best course of action. There were predominantly two voices describing the situation. One voice was loud, demanding; intimidating. The other calm and reserved. The first … Continue reading

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