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There’s a great article in the New York Times today where the author, Bryan Burkhart, reflects on his first job Read More >
I’ve started watching the (brilliant) BBC series Sherlock. The ingenious-but-sociopathic detective charges through modern-day London, solving murders and irritating nearly Read More >
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I attended multiple conferences this week and witnessed a wide range of presentations and presenters – ranging from….Read More
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I read a post from Jason Averbook, CEO of Knowledge Infusion, and was inspired to apply his thinking to the Read More >
The SEC’s Challenger Sales research has generated a lot of discussion and in conversations w/ some colleagues and ex-colleagues in Read More >
As the 2012 Olympics draw to a close and the medal count is finalized, I can’t help but wonder how Read More >
Watching the Olympics has made me appreciate living in the “moment”. Seeing the many athletes who have trained for years, Read More >
Glennis’ father was a doctor. She used to accompany him on his rounds at the hospital and still remembers the Read More >
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