Thirty-Five

35 Bitching. Moaning. Whining. Complaining. It’s all some people seem to do. It’s their identity and their attention-seeking mechanism. They’re quick to point out what sucks, what doesn’t work, why it’s never worked, and who’s to blame. They’re easy to spot because their language is laced with self-pity. They’re seemingly incapable of NOT living in […]

Twenty-Nine

29 Problem-solving, Part 2. It’s everyone’s job; everyday. Your value, and mine, is to attributed to, and proportional to the size of problems you and I can help others solve. So who are these others? Anyone and everyone you interact with… your family, friends, co-workers, colleagues, and customers. The bigger the problem; the more valuable […]

Twenty-Eight

28 Problem-solving, Part 1. It’s everyone’s job; everyday. It has to be because everyone has problems we most often need others to help us solve. The big distinction is the degree to which you and I project our problems onto others and expect them to help us solve them. Do others become a destination for […]

Calling On You

What happened: Minding my own business, after business hours, browsing (and usually buying) at the local Barnes & Noble on a Tuesday night… My PERSONAL cell phone rings, but I don’t recognize the number, so I let it go to voice mail. The message is the third time a certain individual from a certain organization […]