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Websites, Learning and Growth

Two months ago my daughter and her friend started a website. Just for fun. They weren’t journalism students or big writers, but they knew what they loved.  And because they love music and discovering new bands, and had written some … Continue reading

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Are you “in?”

Do you know how Jeopardy has categories with “in” which means that the letters in quotations need to be in the answer?  Let’s talk about INterdisciplinary thinking.   I’ve always admired people who excelled, or even considered different perspectives.  In … Continue reading

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The Best Job You’ve Ever Had

The best job you’ve ever had. Sounds great doesn’t it?  To me, it’s opening my eyes to all the opportunities that exist in the world.  It’s rare to get an opportunity to pause,  get off the treadmill and look around, … Continue reading

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Today is Day One

I was laid off yesterday.  Higher ed isn’t immune to changes, especially when a new boss comes in and wants to bring in his own people.  But I’m using this as a learning experience for me and about me.  It’s … Continue reading

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Resilience Needed

In today’s world, reorganizations and restructuring are commonplace. What’s not commonplace is our reaction to them. There are some excellent books on change today. My favorite is by Chip and Dan Heath – Switch: How to Change when Change is … Continue reading

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