Who is Hillary and Why Won’t She Stop Yelling at Me?

This is a follow-up to my December note, “Alright, I’ve had Enough of Him, the Fun’s Over, #Dump Trump”. For the record, I’m supporting the Johnson/Weld ticket and the Libertarian party this fall. (#GovGary) As the most boringly-monotone public speaker since Dan Quayle, and the most elusive interview subject since probably ‘Silent’ Cal Coolidge, Clinton is a throw-back to pre-media savvy candidates of another era. And yet,

Who is Hillary and Why Won’t She Stop Yelling at Me?2021-03-07T17:32:41+00:00

Alright, I’ve had enough of him… the fun’s over – #DumpTrump

I REALLY try to stay out of politics on Facebook. Really. My personal politics are radical, not for everyone’s taste, and would frankly interfere with my friends’ enjoyment of Star Trek memes and cat videos on the internet. However, I’m compelled to drop this note after The Donald’s latest bloviation. He’s advocating something that’s ridiculously impractical, likely unconstitutional and should disqualify him from serious consideration

Alright, I’ve had enough of him… the fun’s over – #DumpTrump2021-03-07T17:32:59+00:00

How Do You Measure a Life?

How do you measure a life? There’s achievements, family, friends, material wealth. Maybe you can count the impact you’ve made in all those areas. Since I was 15 years old, I’ve measured life as 46 years, 338 days. That’s the number of days my dad walked this earth. And today, I’ve lived one day longer. But lifespan is only one way you can measure the

How Do You Measure a Life?2021-03-07T17:32:08+00:00

Joining the Circus

What will happen over the next ten years? Well, I look forward to less dynamic change in my life. Three careers in a decade is a bit much, don’t you think? But I know I’ll be applying the lessons I’ve learned in the last 10 years to help me succeed over the next 10. Ten years ago this week (June 21st, 2002), I made a

Joining the Circus2021-03-07T17:31:48+00:00

That’s the Way the Cookie Crumbles… or You Get What You Pay For

I'm very comfortable with the amount of relatively generic information I share on the internet being my access price to surfing the world of information for free. I believe I get more than my money's worth. And if you don't like it, there's always Encyclopaedica Brittanica waiting for you on the shelf. There was a fascinating story on NPR's All Things Considered tonight. http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=130349989 The gist

That’s the Way the Cookie Crumbles… or You Get What You Pay For2021-03-07T17:23:17+00:00

How to introduce Business to Business to your Businesses

My strategic reason for partnering across industries is to try to help my business weather ups and downs in the marketplace. The Triangle-area is very fortunate to have a solid, diverse base of employers, and remains one of the most dynamic economic regions in the nation. I believe that helping my clients get to know one another is a great way to add value to

How to introduce Business to Business to your Businesses2021-03-07T17:23:36+00:00

A Wonderful Definition of Home

I was involved, peripherally, in an event last week that made me think about the meaning of 'home'. Part of my business involves behind the scenes public relations work. One of the projects involved the crew Linda Craft & Team REALTORS® who supported an effort by one of their team members, David Toothaker, to help raise money for a struggling New England church. Why? Because, for a

A Wonderful Definition of Home2021-03-07T17:23:53+00:00

Working the Net

I've recently ramped up the networking, as my business is at that bubble point where I'm considering adding more folks and a new client or two could push me over that decision. I had several recent networking experiences, and thought I'd share my thoughts about how to ask for business and how to network, and when to do one, the other or neither!! Social Event:

Working the Net2021-03-07T17:24:09+00:00

Dunning – Doing the Deed

I have worked with clients who can't pay promptly to give them time, flexibility, even payment terms. I don't understand, however, the business practice of pushing off paying for goods or services until an unspecificed future date. Maybe I just need a little more of the optimist knocked out of me for my own good. Your thoughts? I found the following definition on www.merriam-webster.com: Main Entry: 3dun

Dunning – Doing the Deed2021-03-07T17:24:26+00:00

Working the Problem – How Not to Melt Down

I've had two recent experiences working on tight, perhaps, impossible deadlines, and surpised myself on how I handled each situation. One was a pleasant surprise, the other not so much. I work with a number of media-related projects in my line of work at www.cameronknowles.com . I had one where I was relying on information provided to me, assembling it and preparing it for use. As the

Working the Problem – How Not to Melt Down2021-03-07T17:24:48+00:00

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