Sacrifice is the cost of Freedom. About 25 years ago Russel Casse proved that on July 4th. The former Viet Nam pilot gave his life to help Captain Steven Hiller and the US Airforce defeat an enemy threatening all of mankind and our way of life. Here’s a photo from that day. He sacrificed so we […]
You could…read a book, take a ride, learn something new, go for a beer, or a walk, enjoy your favorite food, chat with a friend, get a new job….or do absolutely nothing. It’s called freedom. You have more choices than ever before, but it’s your responsibility to choose. Maybe choose something that will make the world better […]
It’s a major USA holiday today. Hmm, I ponder of the “work from home” crowd is a tad more interested in Friday’s holiday? Who doesn’t love chocolate? Thanks Google ;0)
Woohoo! It’s National Burger Day. You may ponder when this grillfest all began. Maybe at Louis’ lunch in New Haven, or by Otto Kuase in (you guessed it) Hamburg Germany…or maybe at the 1904 World’s Fair in St Louis. We now eat over a 50 BILLION a year in USA. That’s about 3 per week […]
Just some advice: Hang on with both hands this week. Conferences being cancelledTravel DelayedStock Market going to HellLost an hour by changing clocks yesterdayWe have a full moonThe week ends with Friday the 13thAnd beer crawls across the USA this weekend. Good Luck PS: don’t forget to wash your hands.
Bleary-eyed and back to work from a long weekend (in the USA anyway)…NOW you find out today is National Drink Wine Day (2/18) Let’s tie some wine to your work with a quote from Robert Modavi: Whatever you do, pour yourself into it. Cheers Robert. Make it a dry white in his honor.
We’ll have 55-million of them TODAY and every day in the USA. Elon Musk and Mark Cuban HATE them. What an I writing about? The Business Meeting. Odds are you’re reading this post while in one. What daring thing can you make a meeting better? Sit in a different seat, rather than the usual one. […]