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February 12, 2018

A Culture of Trust

In a recent New York Times interview, the CEO of a corporate network security company asserted that simply being a company comprised of smart, capable people is no guarantor of success, but rather that a culture of trust is the cornerstone of a successful business enterprise. Any company that is comprised of remote working employees,…Read more

January 29, 2018

On Being an Explorer

  “Old men ought to be explorers.” – T.S. Eliot “East Coker” 65 is the fabled time of retirement since the late 1880’s. It may have made sense back then as most people passed well before reaching 65. Yet, the retirement age has stayed the same even though we are living so much longer. To…Read more

January 2, 2018

A New Year’s Reflection

We’re all familiar with the quintessential New Year’s Eve song, “Auld Lang Syne”—we sing it as the clock strikes twelve, clinking glasses, blowing noisemakers, embracing loved ones. With its mix of Gaelic and antiquated phrasing, it’s one of those songs you might sing and know verbatim, but not really ever stop to ponder its depth…Read more