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Lurchuffling with the Third Hand

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The old man was singled out by the crowd at a family get together. Dressed in bib overalls, worn T-shirt and a past prime denim cap. He was a hard-working farmer. It showed. The crowd urged him on…

“Come on old man, play! Bring out the third hand.”

Heartbeats of Healing: A Celebration of People, Process and Technology

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“We must not allow the clock and the calendar to blind us to the fact that each moment of life is a miracle and mystery.” – H.G. Wells.

Queasy easy? Stop here.

This is a true story. It’s graphic. Reality is rough. Truth is tough. So if you get queasy easy, stop here.

This story describes a complex melding of, and interplay between, some spectacular people, processes and technologies that combine to create a real-life, dynamic human organism. An organism that breathes, reacts, corrects, heals and cures. And, it’s powered by the …

Like a Hero Going Home

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“He is one of those uncommon geniuses which spring up occasionally to produce revolutions, and overturn the established order of things. If it were not for the vicinity of the United States, he would, perhaps, be the founder of an empire that would rival in glory Mexico or Peru.”
William Henry Harrison – 1811

Why Good Companies Go Bad How Great Leaders Remake Them

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You know the company. It’s yours, or may have been. An industry leader. Once. Competitors emulate it. Analysts preach the company gospel. The CEO’s mug is on every magazine cover. Stock prices soar above the Milky Way. Then


Why? Donald N. Sull, Harvard Business School Press author of “Revival of The Fittest: Why Good Companies Go Bad and How Great Managers Remake Them” answers that question in an easy-to-read “Shoot the Donkey” – style interview format, combining theory, real-life examples and practical advice.

Find the Heart of the Story through the Art of a Rose … Charlie Rose

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For over 19 years and 20,000 interviews the Charlie Rose show has profiled some of the best, brightest and most original minds in the world. His interview style, wit, wisdom and hard work make it the place to go for great insights and inspirational stories. It gets no better. But how does Charlie Rose get people to engage the way he does? To authentically open up? How does he get to the heart of the drama – and perfect the “Art of the Story?”

Good Intentions Gone Bad!

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Featuring an interview with Lynne McTaggart, author of “The Intention Experiment.” I fully intended to keep my 2012 New Year’s resolutions. I knew it would be hard. But I had good intentions. I had good intentions. Really. I lasted …

There’s No One as Irish as Barack Obama … Does E Still =MC2?

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I received an email from a Mr. Ger Corrigan in Ireland with the subject line, “There’s No One As Irish as Barack Obama – Einstein and The Neutrino Song.” I was getting ready to delete the email but I thought the subject line was so unique and interesting I’d open it up. Truthfully, I was expecting a male enhancement advertisement espousing supraluminal tumescent effects. I was wrong. What I found was a pot of gold.