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Never, Never, Never Give Up

May 20, 2014 by Leave a Comment

Well, it's mid-May in Chicago and spring has sprung. To me that means golf. As a matter of fact, I was supposed to play with a client the other morning and was equally eager to see him and catch up as I was to play. But the weather didn't cooperate since it was going to rain and feel like 35°. Ouch! Golf is a sport that requires a lot of practice to create the muscle memory to consistently hit the ball well and it has taken me many years to learn to play well enough to enjoy the game and not embarrass myself. It's now a passion and I h... Continue Reading

Managing Change for Your Number One Client – YOU!

April 18, 2014 by 1 Comment

The pace of change in today's world is truly staggering. The Austrian economist Joseph Schumpeter referred to the impact of much disruptive change as "creative destruction". Catchy phrase until you have to deal with those impacts in your own life. In our world today we are seeing this happen on a global basis and no industry or business is immune. I read an article yesterday about a new material called graphene, described as: The strongest, thinnest material known to exist. A form of carbon, it can conduct electricity and heat better th... Continue Reading