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Summer Reading

There are few things more relaxing than a good book. Here’s an overview of my summer reading. Inside Delta Force: The Story of America’s Elite Counterterrorist Unit, by Eric Haney. You may have heard of the television show “The Unit.” The show is based on this book. The author, a former Delta Force operator, spends […]

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Book Review: Join the Conversation

It’s tough to be good in one field, never mind two. And, even if you compete at the highest level in the first field, it doesn’t mean you’ll necessarily compete at that same level in the second. Sure, it happens. If we look toward professional sports, Neon Deion Sanders did it. He played both professional […]

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There is one thing I like about the training seminar brochures I get all the time. Most of them say: You should attend if you are a: Title 1 Title 2 Title 3 It’s where I always look first. I figure if my job isn’t listed there, I’m not even going to bother reading the […]

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This may be the shortest book review you’ve ever read. It probably won’t be any longer than a book report done by a lazy 11-year-old who read the first and last pages of Encyclopedia Brown and the Case of the Jumping Frogs the night before the report was to be handed in. Reading Thirteen Moons […]

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