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9th Anniversary Blog: Re-Invention

May 18, 2020

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The Stats Wow. I just checked and this is my 302nd blog. Since I published 4 blogs in one day, it went right by me. This year is my lowest ever total for published pieces with 12, or one a month, in the meantime I have over 70 posts in draft….Yet somehow people are still […]

Edinburgh & The River Tweed

May 18, 2020

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Per usual, as my blog anniversary approaches, I start cleaning out my draft folder. Besides, this is my only fishing post for the year. Because I was working during the day, I got very few images, but Amber made 11 very detailed posts, with fantastic images on Facebook. Look under her Albums section and choose […]

2019 Memorial Day

May 18, 2020

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How do you know you are a writer? Because you have 101 drafts….The anniversary of my blog always gets me to clean out my folders a bit. Over Memorial we went to visit our friends Lynda and Stephanie. Linda has an air BNB thing, and a car, so we stayed with her and let her […]

Hyderabad & Bangalore

May 18, 2020

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India Wrapping up the year and clearing out the draft folder I spent a week in Hyderabad and Bangalore. Unfortunately, the high tech centers are their own little cities two hours from the airport and you mostly work and go to the hotel. My pictures were taken on short walks or the back of taxis. […]

Storycrafting 11: How Work in Progress is killing your Work in Progress

February 13, 2020

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  A game for authors or other busy people who need to get sh*t done. In my day job, I coach teams on how to be more collaborative, and more productive. And by “productive” I don’t mean get more work done, I mean create more high quality outcomes. But that is a subtly that perhaps […]

Franklin 1st Day Kayak Races

January 1, 2020

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I usually blow this off, but my sister Elizabeth and I need a break from cleaning the pantry, so we went down to the annual Jan. 1 kayak races in downtown Franklin, meeting her husband Patrick at the event. The kayaks come down the Winnipesaukee to the mill pond in town. Downstream the Winnie meets […]

A Proliferation of Crooked Doors of Portsmouth

December 30, 2019

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Portsmouth has changed, there is no doubt. As we drove into town we were met first with a brand new parking garage, and the blocks of hideous new buildings, like cancers on the face of an old, loved friend. It was momentarily disorienting. There has been more growth here in the last decade than in […]