Monthly Archives: December 2009

#19 Control, Comfort and Familiarity

Let’s take a different turn here – I would like to explore with you an elusive pursuit we often find ourselves and others struggling with. I’m sure many things spring to mind! In this instance, I’m thinking about the issue … Continue reading

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#18 – Communication and Other Word Games

Someone once said that all business problems are communication problems. When I was in graduate school many moons ago, I heard something similar said about relationships, that all relationship problems are really communication problems. I suspect that just about any … Continue reading

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#17 The Difference Between Your Refrigerator and Your Job

What happens when the situation isn’t as clearly definable as a refrigerator and its current state of cleanliness? Sometimes, we may find ourselves uncomfortable or unsatisfied with our current state or current experience, and yet lack a sufficiently clear idea … Continue reading

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