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How to Feel Good in 2013

  • January 1, 2013

I was not surprised to find out that my three personal New Year’s resolutions were also listed in the top ten resolutions of all Americans.  I was surprised to find out, however, that every resolution on that list had the…

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Is Your Company Asleep in a Cave?

  • December 1, 2012

I recently returned from a ten day travelling and trekking trip in the mountains and deserts of Morocco.  After one particularly challenging trek up a steep gorge on the edge of the Sahara desert, we encountered a nomadic family who…

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Does Your Company Think Like a Fraternity?

  • November 1, 2012

My son’s fraternity had a huge problem.  The University of Colorado had banned alcohol during rush parties. Fraternities use rush parties to get pledges.  Alcohol makes freshman boys happy.  Happy freshmen are easier to convert into pledges.  More quality pledges…

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Is There a Picasso in Your Basement?

  • October 1, 2012

Over the summer, a museum in Evanston, Indiana discovered a multi-million dollar piece of glass artwork by Picasso that had been gathering dust in their basement.  It had been in storage for nearly 50 years. It makes one wonder how…

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Are You a Poser?

  • September 1, 2012

My son left for college last month and just before he left he received a text from a fraternity brother excited to see him.  “I hate that guy”, my son declared, “What a poser!”  A ‘poser’, for those of you…

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The Hot New Apple…Coffee Cup

  • July 1, 2012

As I walked past the way too crowded Apple store in Santa Monica a few months ago, I was struck yet again by the amazing popularity of Apple products and had a crazy thought.  Actually, a relatively ridiculous thought. Imagine…

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