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In One Shining Moment

This week begins March Madness, the NCAA men’s basketball championship tournament.  From now until the final game is played on April 5, film crews will be capturing the most memorable moments – from the joyous to the heartbreaking - to craft into a video montage played at the end of the tournament over one of the...

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Turning the Page

Every year, I press pause for the last few weeks in December to create space for reflection and to connect with the people who are important to me, always encouraging you as my readers to do so, too.  In any other year, I would ask you these two questions to open a space for that reflection: “On a scale of 1 to 10,...

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Is Dying at Your Desk Noble or Tragic?

Earlier this year, I facilitated a retreat for a group of business owners to talk about how to know when it’s time to sell their business and retire and how to navigate that transition without regrets.  One of them I’ll call “Brian” announced he had no plans to retire – “Not me,” he said.  “I’m planning to...

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Will You Know When It’s Time?

“Now just feels like the right time,” said Steve Croft (age 73) on Sunday as he announced his retirement after 30 years at the CBS News show 60 Minutes.  He said he’d been considering when to retire at the end of each of the past four seasons and knew it was finally time. Hearing him say that he wanted to leave...

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Integrity at Work

INTEGRITY AT WORK … Do Your People Care? No, REALLY, Care? For two days, I’ve been trying to catch a little stray dog in my neighborhood without success. I’ve enlisted neighbors and tried to engage passing motorists to help as this scraggly little brown dog would dart away from me toward the traffic on a busy main...

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