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Confrontation

Confrontation

Personally I am not much into confrontation. I am a happy guy who likes to believe the best in everyone. Sometimes though, you have to bite the bullet and confront an issue with another human. 360 more words

Dick Powell

#TBT Film Rec: 42nd Street

The joyous, almost buoyant Depression-era musical maintains its charm with rapid-fire wit, sometimes jarringly frank innuendo, and a generous dose of aesthetically and industrially significant Hollywood history. 672 more words

Film

Leadership

Leadership

Many have asked me, “ Dick, What drives you to teach leadership and accountability?” To answer that question, I will need to introduce you to some of the men responsible for where I am today and the lessons I share with you. 398 more words

Dick Powell

What I've Been Up To. Productivity

I never expected I would let this blog go as long as I have without working on it.  That is the exact opposite of the reason I started it.  437 more words

Experiment

One Frame

Dick Powell as Phillip Marlowe in “Murder My Sweet” 1944

One of the best movie versions of Raymond Chandler’s novel directed by the great Edward Dmytryk. 17 more words

Speaking In Groups

Speaking In Groups

  • Stay with the facts:
    1. This not the time or place to share too much inner self. There will be time for this as the relationship builds.
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Farewell, My Lovely - Raymond Chandler

For a film noir, Murder, My Sweet is a very upbeat, entertaining film. Dick Powell’s Philip Marlowe is never serious, often making flippant or whimsical remarks about situations in a wry tone. 1,100 more words

Fiction