There are lots of ways to find most anything these days, but one of the things I find a bit frustrating is the small print on my smart phone and having to search and then select from the results. So
I’m convinced more than ever that the reason some people hate the thought of upgrading their systems or trying something new is they hate dealing with vendors. Oh, I’m not referring to not liking to work with salespeople…that’s universal for
Because of my valuation background in commercial real estate, I believe in numbers. Metrics, indices, quantities, quotas, measurements of all kinds. This served me well as I moved in the world of providing software. The only reason anyone uses software
It’s been about a year since our boat NoShooz made her first trip to Cuba in a regatta from St. Petersburg, FL. What an adventure. This year the race began Monday, January 26th and we weren’t a part of it.
I’m getting a little personal this week. A dear friend, Dan Howat, Market Executive at J.P. Morgan Chase in Tampa, gave my husband and I a chance to see Gary Vaynershuk last night. It was impactful enough that I want
Data management may not get your pulse racing like an extreme rock-climbing workout or whatever exercise program you promised to adhere to this year, however if you make it a priority, I know you’ll see a greater return on your
Happy New Year! I am really looking forward to 2018. For some reason I always look back fondly on years with even numbers. Pretty much I like everything that has to do with even numbers. I would rather be 54
Hopefully the relaxation and excitement of the holidays are in our rearview mirror. So for many of us it’s now time to look forward to 2018. We tend to do that by setting goals, even if we don’t call them
Christmas is just around the corner and I’m sending wishes that you enjoy the holiday with dear friends and family creating lasting memories! As I write my final message for 2017, I am once again reminded how lucky I am
Last week was a busy one. Business travel, meetings, volunteer time, family time, social fun and the kind of everyday “work” that is both energizing and mandatory. So my week wasn’t any different than most of yours, was it? Nope.