Monthly Archives: August 2013

Random Acts of Clients

Here’s the short version of the story: I had coffee yesterday with someone who blogs for a major business publication. She asked if I was interested in being interviewed for her column. I said, “Sure.” Here’s the slightly longer version: A couple of months ago, my friend and client, Alisa, sent one of those “you two should meet” emails to me and her friend, Dorie.   Listen To This Post She told us both how wonderful the other person was […] Click to read more…

 

If You’re Within the Sound of My Voice

My office building isn’t very big. Six or seven offices with maybe 20 people total who work here. And so we don’t get many visitors (the mailman’s daily arrival is widely looked upon as a highlight). Yesterday, however, a friendly stranger popped his head into my office and introduced himself as a friend of a friend:   Listen To This Post “Hi, I’m Julius Caesar [I may have heard that incorrectly] and we have a friend in common. I was […] Click to read more…

 

That’s The Way You Do It

I don’t know for sure, but I’m willing to bet that my 14-year-old son Jonathan will never have a “real job.” Last week was a perfect example of why not. We were up in beautiful Burlington, Vermont for a couple of days, visiting Champlain College. My wife Linda is an independent college counselor (she doesn’t have a real job either) and while she toured the campus and met with mucky mucks during the day, Jonathan, my 17-year-old daughter Emily and […] Click to read more…