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From the monthly archives: March 2010

When to Shut Up

On March 21, 2010 By

Most entrepreneurs like myself, are more inclined to do well with the creative side of a business and more often than not find themselves short on running-the-business skills. Now, I’m not talking about leadership. I mean the basics of business.

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The Real Thing

On March 18, 2010 By

When religion in daily life is addressed, the issue of authenticity vs. artificiality must be also addressed. Many people incorrectly believe that the practice of religion has little to do with real life.

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Life at the Top

On March 18, 2010 By

“It’s really a whole-body workout. I mean it’s a Stair-Stepper from hell. You work your calves, arms, thighs, I mean everything. You’re climbing completely vertical, lifting your own body weight. If you put on thirty pounds of safety equipment, plus the weight of the tools, and the different parts you have to carry, it may add two hundred extra pounds slung all over your body. So yeah, we get our workout.”

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Texting at 60 MPH

On March 13, 2010 By

Young people don’t know to be fearful of things, so they tend to be bigger risk takers. Take texting and driving—simultaneously—for example.

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The $3 Newspaper

On March 10, 2010 By

Two years ago the Dallas Morning News was $1.50. Today it’s double that and half the size. How many folks are really throwing twelve quarters into that rack every Sunday?

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Facebook Rejection

On March 1, 2010 By

Almost daily I receive an invitation to join a social or business network. Ninety percent of the time I opt-in and take the few minutes to respond and connect. When I don’t respond I feel guilty. I feel compelled to check “yes” or “no.” But sometimes the note just lies on my desk (opened, read, not responded to) or I eat it (trash).

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