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Election 2014

Don’t over read the results.  Quite simply we, the voters, said:  “do what we want you to do.” Obviously this is not what the Obama administration has been doing and says it wants to do and just as obviously it is … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving

It could have been a hard year.  My job was eliminated in May and I hadn’t had to look for work in 34 years.  In fact the last time I had really looked for a job was when I was graduating from … Continue reading

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Health Care Reform – redux

I wrote a earlier blog entry on this topic prior to the passage of the ACA.  Now, that we start to see the myriad problems of adding layers of government complexity and requirements onto an already complex system, it seems appropriate … Continue reading

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Moving

Oh my, but it has been a crazy few weeks.  I leave for NY next Thursday (on the redeye) and start work on Monday the 23rd. Since my last update we’ve… · Had a successful house hunting trip and put … Continue reading

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Job Search Update – August 26th

It is good news.  I accepted an offer with GlobalFoundries in NY, starting 9/23.  The role and offer too good to pass up. Lessons/Reflections on the job search: I will maintain, and build my professional network Large numbers of people … Continue reading

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The Purpose of Leadership

What is my fundamental purpose as a leader?  In a very narrow sense it is to get results, or create abundance, for my company.  But John 10:10 asserts something bigger:  “I am come that they might have life, and that … Continue reading

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Job Search Update – August 10th

What is new in the last 3 weeks… I had my Intel “retirement” party.  Many thanks to Mel for putting together a great send-off.  And also to the small gang who hung out talking until midnight.  There was little retrospection, … Continue reading

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