t's going on for you these days. I was talking to MasterSourcer Geoff Webb this morning and we were talking about some of the things that hold sourcing down. One is that so few people know about it or what it is or understand how it is truly accomplished. If we talk more about it others will see and come to understand it better and there will be more acceptance and business for all of us. That's how I see it. How do you see it? Anyway, come to the site for the new sourcing content. You might learn something!
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our daughter doesn't answer or look at her phone when we are speaking with her - It happened once and that was when I drew the line. Cell phones are a pet peeve of mine, I called a parent out one time on the soccer field when THEIR child had ran the ball from one end to the other to score and all the while they were on their phone completely oblivious to what their child just accomplished. I saw the joy/excitement in the kids' eyes when they scored, but at the same time I saw their disappointment when they looked to the sidelines for their parents support/approval and there was nothing there. My parents never went to any of my activities, (I was the last kid out of 4) .. I never missed any of my kids activities - even the road shows we went to in soccer. It was a promise I made to myself and my family before they even existed. Could I also throw into the peeve pot, not using cell phones while driving, I got rear ended picking up my child at school and I warned her it was going to happen when I saw them in the rear view mirror. Flame off ;-)…
nd never sitting still for 2 minutes. Always wanting and looking for more never satisfied with what I accomplished.
About 4 years ago I had a moment in my life like you described in your post. Not the type of illness but the moment when you realize that life has an end and no one is above that. A time when you sit down and say to yourself Wow I am on this roller coast ride called life and at some point I as well as everyone has to get off. I have spent every day since then spending less time worrying about the things in life you cannot change and more time trying to change the things you can. I have made a point to make time for family and friends which should be everyone’s first priority.
Thankfully my situation was quickly diagnosed and treated by some great doctors. I hope that your friend gets well soon and is back home with his family, enjoying life for all its good times and sometimes not so good times. Have a Great Holiday!…
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JaMarcus Russell. It's hard to compare draft picks out of college to people in the regular workforce. To me stats refer to past accomplishments, I think you have to judge them by where they happened. For instance if Tim Tebow accomplished the same things playing in the Mountain West division instead, I would be less likely to take a chance on him, but since he did it against much tougher defenses in the SEC his stats mean a lot more to me. Now I believe we are on the same page regarding certifications, just because someone has their PMP doesn't mean I'd hire them to lead projects for me unless they had some experience that I could look at to determine actual ability. I have seen many "certified" people who aren't competent in their current role, but might be better working with other companies under different circumstances. Regarding foundational flaws, as long as the flaws aren't illegal or related to bad character but they can get the results that a Tim Tebow can point to, I would take that chance.…
on top secret programs... I was told, actually threatened to stop by my counterpart at a competitor aerospace company. She said, "I'm going to report you to the IG (Inspector General) and my director." I asked, "What is your director's name...maybe he'll be interested in working in our top secret programs." Noise of phone slamming down.
Dan, your dilemma brought back that memory and I have deja vu every time I see the movie, A Few Good Men when Col. Jessep said, when he was found guilty of ordering a Code RED at the end of his the court trial: "You f#*@in' people. You have no idea how to defend a nation. All you did was weaken a country today, Kaffee. That's all you did. You put people's lives in danger. Sweet dreams, son."
Yet when I do recruit top flight candidates away from the competition, then and now, I do have sweet dreams.
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liday shoppers but I was not. I am not worried for the economy, I think people are spending, they just are doing less of it in stores and more of it online. When I break it down, it is safe to say that I am doing about 10% of my shopping online. I still have a need to see first-hand what I buy. On the other hand, my 21 year old daughter did all of her shopping online. It may just be the difference in our generations or even our varying levels of interest in braving holiday crowds. I enjoy shopping in the stores, it is part of what gets me in the spirit, I can't rely on the weather, as it was 78* yesterday with full sun, and of the few shoppers out, some were wearing flip-flops. Not exactly what is typically thought of as Christmas Wear. Technology can make our lives easier, if we let it, if we use it correctly and/or don't rely too heavily on it. Ask anyone who has had to try and work during a power outage. When my company moved just under a year ago, we suffered several outages to internet and/or phone connections. One would have thought my right hand had been cut off. I was immobilized. My job relies heavily on the internet, being able to send and receive emails, to take advantage of networks and online information. Work that didn't need to be accomplished online, needed to be accomplished by phone. Playing hooky like it's a snow day from school just isn't my style. Digging for other work is, my desktop was very clean on those days and my drawers were cleaned out from top to bottom. Failing to take advantage of the work that lies before us, is failing at fulfillment of responsibility. I purchased a book last year entitled, "It's Called Work For a Reason" by Larry Wright. There is a fine line between credit and blame, only I can take credit for my failure and blame for my success. I like this twist, when I think about how best I can achieve success. How easy it is to not see other duties or shirk responsibilities when the main ones are diverted due to technical issues or the shifting of gears. It's all about seeing the big picture from your desk. Sometimes, you just gotta open your eyes. "There is no excuse for not doing well." - Larry Wright…