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The past five weeks have been extremely busy, including several flights and two cross-country road trips. Albeit I snuck in a vacation at the beach, I was unable to heed my own advice and completely disconnect from work and completely revel in the sun and sand. more
"When the night has come, and the land is dark, and the moon is the only light we'll see." Who knows where I was? I might have been in a red Rambler convertible, driving to nowhere really, maybe to drive past Ruth Clinton's house. more
As it turns out, there are about 15 different streams in Alaska that are called ‘Cripple Creek,’ but as usual, the one most remembered — is the one where the gold was. That one, first … more
The slogan "red, right and blue" has everything to do with the reason our government can't get anything done. The implication is that there is only one "right" answer, opinion or way to be. What happened to the diversity that founded this nation? more
Last weekend, as I savored the moving voices of a fine choir, I wondered: Why does any song performed by joined chordal voices - even a skilled barbershop quartet -thrill us so deeply? more
While I was facilitating a team meeting recently, the people in the room had an "aha" moment that will change the course and culture of the company and also accelerate their success. more
Pat Bowlen has Alzheimer's. There is no known cure. It is very difficult to watch a life in descent. By now, most of us have probably been through it - or we are going through it right now. My dear friend Ruth, 96, thought we were married. more
As a truly "purple" state, we're headed again to the non-stop TV ads, phone surveys, and campaign pieces in the mailbox. Since I'm not running this time (thank God), I thought it might help to give some tips on how to survive the storm of the campaigning around us, and more easily make informed decisions as we get ready to vote this fall. more
At a time when federal dollars are stretched thin, we need to shift to models that pay for outcomes, rather than paying for services that may or may not be working. This is the type of approach that can and should apply to a range of government services. It's also the type of approach Republican Sen. Rob Portman and I took when crafting the recently passed Pay-for-Success Act - which works to make federal job training programs more effective and responsive to what employers want. more
Stuff. Most of us have lots of it. Cristin Bleess and her husband, Adrian Horner, did. more
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