Tag Archives: Action

But This Was Forever … Right?

We have relationships. Some are long lasting; the friend you’ve known since you were nine and with whom, four decades later, still chill and get silly. Some are short lived; the job that didn’t quite fit, the employee who needed … Continue reading

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Does Misery Really Love Company?

There has been much debate over the affair of Misery loving Company. Thanks to recent comprehensive studies, interviews, and clinical trials, it has been conclusively determined that Misery, in fact, does not love Company. Exclusive interviews and exhaustive studies with … Continue reading

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Sometimes I Can’t Handle the Truth: Rumana Monzur’s Story

Rumana Monzur is described, by all who know her, as a brilliant, gentle, courteous, pious woman. She is ambitious and intelligent, a Fulbright scholar and political science graduate student, and is pursuing her Master’s Degree at the University of British … Continue reading

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Freedom at a Price: The Children of Fallen Soldiers Relief Fund

Twitter certainly has sustained its fair share of ridicule and scorn; viewed by some as the black hole of the internet, a gravitation time suck from which no one gets out alive. Sure, Twitter eats up tons of your life: … Continue reading

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“I Don’t Know” is an Answer

I have made mistakes in my life: gaffed, erred, blundered, goofed up, failed brilliantly. It has been said that the path of failure leads the way to learning and innovation. I certainly hold this to be true. The relatively sane … Continue reading

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Who’s Got Your Six?

Choosing partners begins in kindergarten. You’re sitting in the sandbox and just out of reach is your favourite dump truck. A freckle-faced kid picks it up and puts it in your hand. Something fires in your brain; this is an … Continue reading

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Want to ‘get good service’? Consider ‘giving good customer’

In a recent post, Daniel Newman made the most salient point around why ‘I Can’t’ needs to be erased from customer service vernacular. He inspired me to take a closer look at my customer service experiences. I recently traveled, from … Continue reading

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