Category Archives: Generations

Why Are You Smiling!?

Happy 2012! It’s good to be back. We have moved through the holidays, and I am reflecting on the social interactions that have taken place in the last weeks.  I had an encounter that caused me pause, and I share … Continue reading

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The Buck Stops Here

We’ve all heard the phrase “passing the buck” to mean passing on responsibility to someone else.  The meaning of the phrase originates in poker, when a marker or “buck” was passed to the person who was responsible for dealing the … Continue reading

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What’s in Your Closet?

The topic of business attire came up while having dinner the other night. One member in our group mentioned that “jeans on Friday” was being discussed in his workplace.  He shared that he consciously tries to dress in business professional … Continue reading

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