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40 in 40: Lesson #6

40 in 40: #6 I had breakfast with an old friend that I've known for 20 years just to catch up. I spent the day working through relational issues with a client, some of our staff, and my business partner. I had lunch with a client to debrief a recent project and identify
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40 in 40: Lesson #4

40 in 40: #4 Most people who know me know that I am an independent person. I was going to add a modifier to that phrase like "fairly" or "somewhat" or "sort of" but that would make that phrase a damn lie. I am VERY independent. Last weekend my parents were telling my kids
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40 in 40: Lesson #3

40 in 40: #3 I know a few people that are living life exactly how they thought they would. One of our clients set goals about family, career, social life, etc. in his early 20's and has executed on those goals. His life looks pretty close to what he was looking for. But
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40 in 40: Lesson #2

40 in 40: #2 I spent much of my life wishing I was in different life circumstances than I was at the moment. When I was in high school I wanted to be in college. When I was in college I wanted to be working in my career. When I was with a large
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The Best of the Words I’ve Consumed 5-14-11

Highlights From The Weekly Reading List Here's the best of what the iPad brought to me this week: A Small-Scale Approach to Achieving Great Things is a great primer on personal, professional and other change. I highly recommend it. I have one financial and one physical goal I am shooting for and
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The Rocks in My Life

My Rocks I pontificated about rocks, water and sand this week in the Blue Ocean Ideas Weekly Idea. I thought I'd share at least a few of the rocks in my life that I have tried to place before the sand and water. Rocks in My Life I take each of my kids out
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Thanks for your help Thursday!

Thanks for your help Thursday at Towson University Last Thursday I asked for 5 minutes of your time to give your thoughts on entrepreneurship, social media, and personal brands. I received some great comments from you that I shared with the class. I was shocked that the class was packed full and
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I need your help

Can You Help Me? About a dozen times a year my partner, Brody Bond, or I get a chance to speak in variety of settings including industry organizations, educational institutions, alumni associations, etc. We have a variety of topics that we enjoy discussing and we engage the audience as much as
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Remembering Maj General William A. Roosma

Remembering Major General William A. Roosma I was sitting in the kitchen Friday evening when I heard Elise on the phone from the other room. I knew instantly what it was. The General had died. The General is Major General William A. Roosma in our family known affectionately as The General. Known in
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