Monthly Archives: November 2013

When a ‘disability’ is a gift

According to The Annual Disability Statistics Compendium: 2012, there are in excess of 8 million adults (ages 18 – 64) with cognitive disabilities (CDs) in the United States.  An individual is considered as cognitively disabled if they answered ‘yes’ , … Continue reading

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Three Critical Elements to Better Decisions

”Every once in a while a bad idea will pay off” (Willie RobertsonCEO, Duck Commander) I am amazed that one of the most important business processes (remember that word!) is ignored, and bereft of any training. As the quote suggests, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Long Tail: Why the Future of Business is Selling Less of More

With all the business titles to choose from, I get overwhelmed maintaining a reading list of titles I will actually read, or, are worth reading.  Amazon’s Kindle ‘one-click’ has made-it way too easy to amass a virtual stack of unread … Continue reading

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