This blog presents current and archived examples of my writing and my comments on writing and related topics.
I am an eclectic story teller inspired by art, science and human experience.
My Recent Blog posts
- A Great Idea that will Change the World!
- Excellence: Sometimes but not Always
- The Arrogance of Excellence
- Screw Business as Usual
- Flowcharts with Graphics
- Don’t Shoot
- Training Development & Delivery
- A Challenge to Dare
- Recruiters, Google & You
- Looking at the Horizon
- Ever is limited to just 7 years?
- Good job? Good commute?
Category Archives: Uncategorized
A great idea that will change the world! Wow, sounds exciting … but at the same time there is something about it that is a bit scary. We have seen too many world-changing ideas that were either wrong from the … Continue reading
The Beginning: Tuesday, April 3, 6:45 am: I walked to my local Wells Fargo branch and deposited my pay check. Got a receipt, but the ATM ate my card for breakfast. Called Customer Service and was told there was no … Continue reading
It is often difficult to talk about a proposed change in a business process or new computer system with potential users, managers and executives who understand their business but have little or no process redesign or systems development expertise. A … Continue reading
There are small jewels on the Web and I found one today. A video that takes only one minute and 29 seconds. No narration but the perfect musical background. Beautifully acted, photographed and edited. A series of visual metaphors for … Continue reading
A recent round of Tweets noted that: “85% of recruiters influenced by positive online rep, study from Microsoft.” The full quote from the original study: “Positive online reputations matter. Among U.S. recruiters and HR professionals surveyed, 85% say that positive online reputation … Continue reading
This week I began evaluating a possible new job. Obvious question in Los Angeles: How’s the commute? At times like this, I love the Internet. Did a Google search on, “los angeles traffic by time of day.” The first option … Continue reading