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Book Review: Mind Set! By John Naisbitt

Tweet “Most change is not in what we do, but how we do it. Within all the hype, the more we are able to differentiate between constants and change the more effectively we will be able to react to new … Continue reading

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Are you a team player?

Tweet My “soon-to-be-once-again” colleague Alicia writes about the 17 qualities of a Team Player by John Maxwell in her post 17 is an Odd Number. So are you…. Adaptabile Collaborative Committed Communicative Competent Dependable Disciplined Enlarging Enthusiastic Intentional Mission Conscious … Continue reading

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Shanghai…Looking Back before the People’s Revolution

Tweet Shanghai from days gone by… 1947.  I love to read about history of this amazing city, and this is the first time I have seen this video attached. I have had some time to surf the net a bit … Continue reading

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