Monthly Archives: July 2016

No More Free Throws For Tim Duncan

I am an athlete…emotionally. I was an athlete…literally. Which means I know about wins and losses. I know about an umpire who called a strike on my pitch—a pitch well off the plate—to get me out of an inning. I … Continue reading

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A Glass of Iced Tea–A Lesson In Leadership

The image struck me between my heart and soul. Not between the eyes or shoulders. It was a moment that became AHA. I want to share. The prologue has to do with this question, WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE … Continue reading

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Worse Than A Bullet

Worse than a bullet is my first thought. Much worse. The last few weeks, especially this past week, rifted each of us…with violence, rapid-fire bullets and death. No matter your news network, the interviews, the opinions, the “what we should … Continue reading

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The Voice In Your Mirror

A friend was serious. “Why don’t you write an autobiography?” I offered…in a way I have…some of it fiction [it’s not the WHOLE unexpurgated truth] about me until I’m 18. It’s in the computer and could end up on a … Continue reading

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Barking and Tumbling Shouldn’t Rule Our Day

How often…more than that…do we stand for the National Anthem…and think about the words and the abiding truth about courage and freedom? Probably rarely. At least that’s my own reality. My fault. This morning…walking the dogs…our morning “thing,” I tumbled. … Continue reading

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