Posts Tagged: career

I am not trying to seduce you

Provocative headline, no?  I presume readers of my age will get the reference.  Read on… This week, my younger niece graduated high school.  Always exciting when you see a true graduation ceremony (as opposed to the over-the-top “graduation” of every grade these days).  Rather than bore you with another trip down memory lane to my… Read more »

Is it really better to be lucky than good?

I must admit, I’ve lived a charmed life. I think most people would likely call it lucky.  I can’t say I disagree.  The debate might center on whether luck “just happens” or if I “made” my luck through personal effort.  You decide after you read on… I’m going to capsulize my “lucky” life within the… Read more »

What’s so great about being great?

When I was a lad, I collected baseball cards, read books about baseball and watched baseball on TV when I could (having no professional team in Florida).  I really wanted to be a great baseball player. I was talented in the outfield.  I ran fast, had excellent anticipation for the ball off the bat and had… Read more »

Selling myself

It’s “Linsanity” in South Florida today, so we’re going for a quick post before a healthy dose of talking heads to prepare for the most over-hyped regular season basketball game in history! One of the odd things I’ve noticed about being “retired” (as an impoverished and widely unknown writer, I can’t really consider writing a… Read more »