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Monthly Archives: October 2007

Patience as an Active Emotion

I used to think of patience as a passive thing, something like raw intelligence, that you either were born with or you weren’t. I thought that someone was a patient person just as I thought he was tall or short. Patience just was. You either had patience or you didn’t. With time and age has […]

Mental Muscles

About 6 o’clock one recent Saturday morning I went downstairs and did a few reps on a Nautlius machine. The longer I live, the more important it is for me to add weight training to my routine physical activity, which currently is mainly aerobic. (Can we say racquetball? Love the game! Play 4 to 5 […]

Creating a Company Culture

I realized a long time ago that every company had its own unique culture. I wanted to have a special company, where people enjoyed working, and treated each other with respect and dignity, where excellence and above-average commitment and dedication were the norm. I knew that such a culture did not happen by accident but […]

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