Monthly Archives: August 2006

The customer is sometimes wrong

In response to Lori’s comment. We don’t live in a perfect world.  Sayings like “The customer is always right” is a saying for a perfect world.  It doesn’t fit in the real world. The real world is a bit more … Continue reading

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Making Meaning

So you are working a job.  Purchasing, processing, marketing, managing, auditing or arguing.  Chances are your life’s work doesn’t much resemble what you think is your “life work”.  Of course the easy thing to do is justify this too yourself. … Continue reading

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Hey Neighbor

I have finally found it -> 2 Starbucks located directly accross the street from eachother. On 6th Avenue between 21 and 22 streets. One is located inside Barnes & Noble, but that still counts. I checked.

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You Just Don’t Get It

That is my new favorite saying and a great one to throw around the office with recklace abandon. “Why can’t we do the ASD tradeshow and the NYC?” -> You just don’t get it! “I think we should go with … Continue reading

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