Monthly Archives: December 2011

What did you do this year?

December 31 is an annual (and arbitrary) milestone date. It’s the time media outlets get to compile their best-of reels from the past year. In my early 20s, I started compiling and acknowledging various milestones of my own. Significant events … Continue reading

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The lost art of the thank you note

Growing up, I was always told to send a hand-written thank you note to someone after an interview (or if they give me a really snazzy present). Nowadays, it’s common to see email thank you notes (or no thank you … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas, and thank you all

It’s been a good year for some, and a hard year for way too many. But let’s hope for this one day, we all have a Merry Christmas. I hope you all get to spend some time with your family, … Continue reading

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We’re all winners?

I’m in my second year of coaching girl’s basketball for the YMCA (coaching my daughter’s team with another guy). At a recent coach’s meeting, the director of the program went over the YMCA’s core values with us. Within the information … Continue reading

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A key element to referral programs

For at least four years now, I’ve been receiving emails from Netflix encouraging me to get my friends and relatives to sign up for Netflix. Each email I get offers them a deal of some sort to join. Maybe a … Continue reading

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