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The View From Here

The modern British Two Pound coin gives homage to the one-time Warden and later Master of the Royal Mint, Sir Isaac Newton, bearing on its edge an inscription, a snippet taken from a 1676 letter from Newton to Robert Hooke: … Continue reading

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Hold That Thought!

“Hold that thought,” said the office administrator with outstretched hand, signalling a friendly “stop.”  I was in the middle of making a routine request for her assistance. Hold that thought, an idiomatic was of saying, often by way of interruption, “Wait a second, I’ve … Continue reading

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Map Reading

Safely through a narrow channel, wind and waves at our back, the bows of our canoes pierced Little Batchewaung Bay in Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada. A party of three in two canoes–I and my daughter in one, my son paddling his open … Continue reading

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The More You Plant

The more you plant, the more you grow. This seems like common sense: more seeds in the soil means more yield later.  (Quantity) Or, the greater the variety–one of this, one of that, one of another–the more total plants. (Quality) … Continue reading

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And I Said, “Yes!”

Multi-talented actor William Shatner, 80, touring in a one-man show, “Shatner’s World: We Just Live in It,” stopped by the Palace Theater in Columbus, Ohio, Sunday, April 15, and, for almost two hours, his world and mine closely overlapped. Knitting … Continue reading

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To Be, or Not to Be…

Today at my local Toastmasters Club I reprised, in part, the role of Prince Hamlet by enacting the famous soliloquy from act 3, scene 1.  This fulfilled the requirements for the advanced speech project, “The Monodrama,” taken from the Toastmasters … Continue reading

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Transformational Leadership

To change the organization, change the self. That was one of the summary sentiments of Franklin University (Columbus, Ohio) Business Administration Lead Faculty Dr. Timothy Reymann at the May 11, 2010, Change Leadership Symposium. Co-facilitated by Program Chair Dr. Ross … Continue reading

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