Monthly Archives: June 2011

Expanding Your Vocational Horizon

Most vocations can generally be summed up in one of three ways: you produce something, you provide a service or you do a combination of the two. As an example, take my position as Vice-President for Academic Affairs at Community … Continue reading

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Sprinkler Wars

Whatever the opposite of a handyman is, I am that (klutz perhaps?).  I don’t like doing around–the-house jobs and repairs and I’m not good at them. Sometimes I make a bad situation worse.  Often I have to ask my next-door … Continue reading

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Cultivating Personal Lifelines

What is a Lifeline?   Most of the dictionary definitions of a “lifeline” relate to the sea or vessels on the sea.  However, Merriam-Webster provides a different definition which relates to the blog for today – something regarded as indispensable for … Continue reading

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Seeking the Fast Lane

If you drive regularly in southern California you have had the following experience.  In the words of the Men’s Warehouse CEO: “I guarantee it!” You’re driving on the freeway and, even though it’s called a “freeway,” your lane is at a … Continue reading

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