The Act of Unbecoming

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Photograph by Keith Hardy The Act of Unbecoming: Today, I listened to Naval Ravikant’s conversation with Dr. Kapil Gupta available here.  Their conversation spans plenty of worthwhile topics and I wish to share with you … Read More

The Noise

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The-Noise

Photograph by Mohammad Metri The Noise: Around both success and failure, there’s something called noise. Noise is the “stuff” which occurs around events. Noise is almost never good. In football, there’s the Superbowl; it’s the … Read More

The Societal Compromise

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Photograph by Rupert Britton The Societal Compromise: In our daily lives, we’re gripped with both the issues of society and of the self. These issues differ significantly from society-to-society and person-to-person. Nonetheless, the approach to … Read More

Courage Within Limitations

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Photograph by Cecily Chenault Courage Within Limitations: Our perception is flawed and we should be skeptical of our own ability to perceive and understand the truths of this world. At times, we find ourselves feeling … Read More

The Journey

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The-Journey

Photograph by Zoltan Tasi THE JOURNEY: Like Dante, you came into existence with a question. Your question carries with it a journey. A special journey designed specifically for you. You’ll have guides, obstacles and insight. … Read More

Respecting Subjective Meaning

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Photograph by Jon Tyson RESPECTING SUBJECTIVE MEANING: While walking to work, I witnessed something special and encouraging about the human spirit. By the Starbucks on 28th and Park, there’s generally a homeless gentleman nestled within … Read More

One Last Breath

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One-Last-Breath

Photograph by Matteo Silvestri ONE LAST BREATH: Sometimes, we’re called upon to sit and hold the hand of a dying elder. Someone we’ve spend time talking to and loving. Now, her eyes are closed and … Read More

Mayweather Vs. McGregor

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Photograph by Matheus Ferrero MAYWEATHER VS. MCGREGOR: Today, we saw an excellent bout between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor. In Mayweather, you have a man who’s undefeated, undeniably talented and experienced. With McGreggor, you have … Read More

The Right Tool for the Job

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Photograph by Todd Quackenbush THE RIGHT TOOL FOR THE JOB: One of your responsibilities is to provide value to your customers when they want to hear it. But, in 2016 this isn’t so simple. We’ve … Read More

The Approach

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Photograph by Jordan Whitfield THE APPROACH: How we approach our customer determines our success. Also, different environments require different approaches. Take a moment and think to yourself, “If I were a customer, how would I … Read More