Monthly Archives: May 2002

Personalization Ain’t Personal

My first job out of college was working as a bank teller, at the Brookline Savings Bank in Brookline, Massachusetts (yes, as a matter of fact I do have a liberal arts degree). I trained under a guy named Steve, who had already been at the bank for a couple of years when I arrived. In addition to showing me how to cash savings bonds and count money, Steve also insisted on demonstrating his, “sure fire way to meet women […] Click to read more…

 

The Penguin And The Hare

My father runs six miles a day, six or seven days a week. As amazing as that is for an 81 year old man, what I find most impressive about my dad’s running regimen is that he’s been doing it now for nearly 30 years. In the rain, the snow, or the heat; whether getting up at 4:45 in the morning to run before work when he had a full time job, or “sleeping in” until 5:30 now that he’s […] Click to read more…