Displaying All Posts Published in August 2007


I’ve been offline for a while, primarily because I’ve been in the process of relocating my family from Austin, TX to Dublin, OH (Columbus, OH, basically). The last part of that relocation was me driving the entire trip in one shot with our two labs. My wife and our three …

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Seth Godin has started a list on Squidoo for business cliches. I added “data driven.” The list itself is an interesting read, although I definitely found myself struggling as to whether a particular cliche should be voted up or down. For instance, “core competency” is definitely a cliche…but it’s also …

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I heard this again today. It’s a mini-mantra in my current company, and I couldn’t disagree more. There’s a fairly famous Albert Einstein quote: “Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.” (It’s also sometimes quoted as: “Everything that counts cannot be counted …

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