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All-In All-Out  Finding Work/Life Balance

All-In All-Out Finding Work/Life Balance

Recently I was fortunate to go on a fascinating trip to Jerusalem. The religious, historical, and political aspects of Israel are incredibly interesting, and the confluence of people and religion is amazing. The…

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The Knee Bone's Connected To The ... Creativity Bone?

The Knee Bone's Connected To The ... Creativity Bone?

Lately I’ve been struggling. Struggling with minor back problems and a knee injury that led to recent meniscus surgery. I’ve also been struggling with an idea for my next blog.…

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Bring Your B Game

Bring Your B Game

Last weekend I went out for my first bike ride of the year. The first ride is always hard, and I was battling a strong wind that day too. The…

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Would You Pass The 'Beer Test'?

Would You Pass The 'Beer Test'?

I missed my last blog, as my mom recently passed away. One thing I will share with you is that my mom was truly the nicest person I ever met.…

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Strength Or Weakness?

Think about someone you work with and know well. Now think about their greatest strength. Is it a strength or is it a weakness? It’s probably both. Last week I…

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Happy Same Year!

Happy Same Year!

That doesn’t sound too exciting, does it? We all want a different new year, and one that’s also better. But unless you do something different, why should it be? Remember…

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Billionaire Coach

No, this isn’t a story about highly paid coaches or Bret Bielema. It’s about a guy named Joe Moglia, who was hired this past year to coach Coastal Carolina’s football…

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To Meet Or Not To Meet, That Is The Question

I have a friend who moved to the Pacific Northwest after college and worked at Reebok and adidas, which are obviously large companies. Recently he went out on his own…

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Thanks I Needed That

On Monday, I received a reminder email from our head of marketing that it was a blog week and I had one due on Friday. Some weeks I have an…

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What's The Point?

Oftentimes I have my wife proof the final version of my blog. On my last blog, when she was done, she said, “It’s okay … but what’s the point? What…

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Someone To Chase

Someone To Chase

Last Saturday I headed out for my bike ride, unmotivated and a little bit sore after testing for the In Business Fittest Executive competition the previous day. I wasn’t up for the…

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But Will The Dog Eat The Dog Food?

But Will The Dog Eat The Dog Food?

One of our bank directors, Tim Keane, is a serial entrepreneur who, among other endeavors, has started, bought, and sold several companies and is the head of the Golden Angels…

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