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Longing for the simpler days of cooking a big meal while a (small) hurricane hit

A little side of chaos when cooking a big meal


I love thanksgiving. I hate turkey. I find turkey to be extremely dry and tasteless unless it is deep fried and I am not about to deep fry in my backyard. 769 more words


What Can a Firm Do to Keep Their Gen-Y Employees Motivated?

Traditionally, money has been a huge motivator in the business world.
Now enter Gen-Y, and money is just not enough to keep them at the same job, productive and motivated, even after years of education. 993 more words

Assessing Talent Inside Your Company


Today,  i had one of those days when everything seemed to fall into place …and I’m not afraid to say it..by geez, I am good,  I am ON FIRE people. 455 more words

Personal Growth

Episode 530: Requiem for a Dream

“For a moment, when I first saw him, I felt a stirring in me.”

Looking back, I think the thing that really matters is that we did it together, you and I.

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Ron Sproat

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving often elicits great emotions of joy and happiness: Christmas is a month away, we celebrate with family and friends, and we recess from the daily routine of academia.  412 more words


The Things I Do When I am Not Doing Things

Wow. It’s been a while since the last time I had the opportunity to write a post. That’s because a lot of “things” have been going on in my life. 876 more words


We have to stop should-ing on ourselves!

It’s that time of year when the diary is looking really full- and it’s not even December yet. Deadlines are looming, so are countless parties and social events. 703 more words