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And Now for Something Completely Different
February 7, 2018

“I’m a finance person – I can’t start a non-financial company.” This is what first went through my mind…

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Making Time to Develop Talent
January 4, 2018

From my 30-year career at Delta Airlines, I fondly remember an interaction I had with our CEO…

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Leaving a Lasting Legacy: Part II
November 17, 2017

Lori was married to Liam McGee. Liam was the Chairman/CEO of The Hartford when he retired prematurely…

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Leaving a Lasting Legacy: Part I
August 11, 2017

A legacy is a generous thing to leave behind. It is a gift given by an ancestor or predecessor.

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Pausing and Reprioritizing: It Changed My Life
June 13, 2017

In mid-2012, I reflected on the past five years. At the time, I was Treasurer of Bank of America…

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How Sweet is Charity?
April 21, 2017

A psychology professor in British Columbia wondered if having money aided or impeded perceived happiness.

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Feeling Boxed In? Try Listening to the Radio!
December 7, 2016

One of the challenges I faced during my job transition was the feeling that people were trying to “put me in a box.”

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How Will You Spend Your Time?
February 25, 2016

How will you decide who receives the benefit of your hard-earned skills and experience in your first season…

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The Medical Benefits of Volunteering
January 19, 2016

As the growing body of research indicates, volunteering benefits people physically and leads to a longer, happier

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Reflections on Retirement: Day 307
November 3, 2015

We absolutely need to find a new word for retirement! “Retirement” conjures up images of endless vacations and

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