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Three Perils of Thought Leadership

Michael Collins at Rally

“Two percent of the people think; three percent of the people think they think; and ninety-five percent of the people would rather die than think.” ― George Bernard Shaw     It’s virtually impossible to visit any corner of the Business/Entrepreneurship/Management  Web without someone announcing themselves to be a ‘Thought Leader’.  In theory, the clash […]

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. . . . . On Father’s Day

Photo Credit: Rennett Stowe via Compfight cc

  In my last post, I stated how grateful I was to my friends and family, who’ve made my life possible.  Since it was Mother’s Day, I focused on women, so for Father’s Day, I’ll concentrate on the men. The problem with writing about close male friends is that in the modern age, we have […]

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. . . . . On Mother’s Day

A black black family but not mine. Flickr Commons

With eight operations; (two major), one near fatal car crash, two parachute jumps, seven bouts of pneumonia caused by the hereditary disease Sickle Cell Anemia, various mishaps and accidents, all behind me and the 50th birthday looming, there are times I need to take stock of where I am physically, mentally, financially, and spiritually. Here is what […]

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Organizing an Art Show. 5 Tips You Need to Know

“From Within’ is the first art show of its kind in The Bahamas.  The show featured three woodturners (Robin Hardy, Jeremy Delancy and David McGorran)  who not only highlighted their skills but also the beauty of wood as a medium.   I came up with the idea of having the show in November of 2013 and […]

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How To Start An Art Collection Without Going Broke

Hyperrealistic Drawing of hands

As you get older, richer and hopefully wiser, you realize that there is a need for a little ‘culture’ in your life.   It’s time to move into adulthood with ‘serious’ art work.  But, how do you do it without breaking the bank?  This is a guest post by Kim Smith, who is an internationally […]

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