Monthly Archives: July 2017

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs – Another Look

The promise of jobs is still the rallying cry of politicians. “We are going to bring back jobs in _______” (fill in the blank with whichever industry or region they are trying to rally.) Yet the jobs they promise never … Continue reading

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Is It About Work Ethic Or The Need To Change?

This last week, I was looking for contractors to do a job.   I called three that said they would provide free estimates.  All three said they would call me back to get more information.  Only one called me back and … Continue reading

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It Takes More Than One or Two People to Build a Climate of Engagement

During the summer, I spend a lot of time watching minor-league baseball. I enjoy the close proximity to the game, watching players develop their skills, and the interactions with players, the (usually) friendly staff, and other fans. I also think … Continue reading

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Has Progress Been Made Since The 1890s?

The Fourth of July holiday brings out a lot of passion in Americans.  We celebrate the birth of our nation by reminding ourselves just what is important to us as individuals and as a nation. Last week, our blog laid … Continue reading

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We Hold These Truths

I want to share some thoughts as we celebrate The Fourth of July in the United States. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable … Continue reading

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