Monthly Archives: July 2010

Greener Pastures – Don’t be color blind

From 1987 – 1997 I had a good job at a local state university. Thanks to a visionary leader/boss I was able to grow personally and professionally as technology progressed during this time. I was able to transform my job … Continue reading

Posted in Change, Color Blind, Greener Pastures, Growth, Jobs, Maturity, Progress, Risk, Vision | 4 Comments

Congratulations on Your New Job!

I would like to thank you for your years of service. I must inform you that your job is in a state of transformation. I know this is not the best way to inform you of this. It is much … Continue reading

Posted in Customer Service, David Packard, Face, Job, Marketing | 3 Comments

Incredibly Different

A good friend, and the internet’s only 5-a-day blogger, just returned from a whirlwind trip to Oregon recently and posted a very short video of his experience from that weekend. And by very short, it’s only 38 seconds long. One of the lines you hear … Continue reading

Posted in 5-a-day-blogger, Incredibly different, Jeff Noel, Unique | 4 Comments

WOW Moments

Have you experienced a WOW moment today?Disney believes so much in creating magical WOW moments for their guests that they held a competition a couple of years ago to see who would be their Chief Magic Official. Through a long … Continue reading

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Thanks for calling

Okay. So it seems that I’m on this telephone theme lately. A regular guest came by the other day while I was at another store. We were out of his product. Our employee took down his information and told him … Continue reading

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