A True Story As an Air Force Navigator/Bombardier during the 70’s I was stationed all over the world. In 1975, I was returning from a tour in Thailand through the Pacific as the navigator on a KC135 air refueling aircraft. It was really a Boeing 707 converted to carry fuel. With a boom in the back […]
Monthly Archives: March 2016
“The world is full of willing people; some willing to work, the rest willing to let them.” – Robert Frost Ascending to their highest level of incompetence. You know who they are, they are everywhere! These are individuals who keep moving up the ladder and getting praise for their accomplishments. They move ahead of their peers. […]
Who’s Calling? Timing Is Everything!
Recently, a friend sent me a link to an answering service which was reasonably priced and would give the illusion that the person answering the phone was an employee of the principal’s organization. I forwarded that information to students who follow me on a Google Group with the following response from on of the members […]
Avoid The Cinnamon Rolls!
Clients are free to make bad decisions, even though we counsel them to do otherwise. But the lingering aftermath and bad taste that it leaves as a result of their choice to ignore good advice, often goes down hard for them or others affected by those bad decisions. When I was in the second grade […]