Monthly Archives: April 2011

Stuff I Have No Interest In

Sometimes I have to cycle through a lot of ideas before I come up with the subject of each week’s blog. Sometimes a topic presents itself with startling clarity, but that’s becoming increasingly rare. And it’s not necessarily that the … Continue reading

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Catching 40 Winks During Your 40 Hours

The recent hullaballoo over everyone from air traffic controllers to Vice President Joe Biden napping on the job really struck a chord with me. Of course, anybody who remembers Biden’s first run for president knows that he’s far more proficient … Continue reading

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The Name Game

I once met myself at a trade show. It was a very strange sensation. I had a meeting scheduled with an executive who was also meeting with another Howard Baldwin later that day. “Come by when he’s here,” the executive … Continue reading

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A Non-Profitable Experience

As boomers age, if we’re lucky, we gain more time for volunteer work, to contribute to the community, a non-profit, or to an affinity group. What I want to know is – is volunteering as aggravating for everyone else as … Continue reading

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