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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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I’ve Been Institutionalized

I spent some time in a small town west of Toronto, many decades ago, trying to grow up (still working on the ‘growing up’ although I seem have the ‘growing old’ down pat). In this town is a correctional institute. … Continue reading

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Important Verbs to Conjugate. Practice Daily.

(This post originally appeared as my guest post on 12Most.com) “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” Ferris Bueller had it right when he chose to live a … Continue reading

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What’s the ROI of Nice?

That Pollyanna wearing the rose-coloured glasses and flowing white skirt that you see skipping through a field of Shasta daisies humming a happy tune? Yeah. That’s me. I’ve noticed a number of posts, by well respected friends, around the topic … Continue reading

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The Guiding Hand on Your Shoulder

My Dad was Quiet. Funny. Loving. Protective. Dutch. (That last one? Significant because he made the Best. Cocoa. Ever.). When I was a kid and would ask my Dad for something that even I knew was a ridiculous request, he … Continue reading

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Sun Jun 12 10pm EST: Inaugural #MyBookClub – @GuyKawasaki’s #Enchantment

Book Clubs provide a fantastic opportunity to meet people who love to read and think and who love to talk about what they read and think. They typically happen in someone’s living room with a side of gossip, some wine, … 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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