Looking FORWARD to 2019

Reinforcing what has gone well in 2018, can assist with keeping on track even if I take a peek at the horizon, I’ll be focused on the present. For every separate blog, I try to map out its general gist, what it will likely cover, what I will talk about. In this case, the first […]

Tech can make life easier

Like most yuppies, I’m comfortable with technology but not a bear about privacy I can consume many minutes gliding across recipes. Most of my best made recipes are still handwritten on lined index cards from the 1980s onward. Even a few interpretations of “a little of this and you can tell how much by adding […]

UR vibe attracts UR tribe

REALLY nice, light read on staying true to your brand: “Saying No to The Hall of Fame” by @kirkhsmith https://kirkhsmith.wordpress.com/2017/10/05/saying-no-to-the-hall-of-fame/ #sports #blog   I’m very thankful for the flourishing group of followers finding me here on Word Press, after so many years on blogspot (and still there), a BlogHER’s paradise is on Word Press.   […]

The cause before the effect

Ever hear of cause’n’effect before? It is a theory.  Don’t ask me how or by whom, the great idea expounded to everyone’s great, deep, understanding ::….. either spiritually or mathematically, that for every action their is a reaction.  Get it?  I’m trying to get the great stuff outta here, which drown out the bad stuff. […]

Who’s got it made?

Notable inbetweeners are successful due to the boundless energy and commitment to doing what they love.  You can find all the secrets in the world by just following the advice of so many who say: Love what you do, be passionate about it Expect failure, it is a great motivator to want to leave it […]

A cheater’s paradise

This blog was originally written on my aCOMMENTary blog November 24, 2016.   A cheater’s paradise   Policing employees’ performance is one thing that most companies do well. However, being the corporate watchdog is quite a different conundrum. At what point do company code of ethics cross over into personal behavior at work. In some areas it is […]

A struggle won is a triumph

Like most of us at the tail end of Baby Boomers while being drowned out by Millennials, we’re trying to get ahead.  Achieve success, notoriety or acclaim.  Subsidize our career choices with our inner voices.  To help others, to help ourselves.  To exhaust our demons by writing and exhuming scars that life has left on our […]

A leap of faith

This video is catching on virally and resonating with people who lived during the 80s in Kevin Bacon’s message to Millennials on Kevin Bacon explains the 80s to Millennials.   I thought I’d add my commentary, as I’ve written before on how the 80s really was for those born in 1960-65 — the ones graduating […]

A culture of work ethic and optimism

Any smart employer or start up would be smart to consider an Inbetweener (1960-65) for hire.  Just take a look at what The New York Times said dispelling the myth that older workers are less productive and generally are weighing down the economy. I agree with their observation.  Why?  Simply because I’m an older worker and I […]