Tag: employees

October 17, 2017

So Many Subjects–So Few Words

What a week. I lost my bet to Lyle Hill and will be sending a donation, in Lyle’s honor, to a charity helping Puerto Rico. It looks like a Houston-Los Angles World Series, but the Yankees came back in the division series, so there is hope. The Yankees have been there so often, shouldn’t Houston get the chance? But then again, if the Yankees earn […]

July 11, 2017

Do You Recognize the All-Stars On Your Team?

You knew this would be today’s subject. Tonight (Tuesday) is Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game. It doesn’t really mean anything in the standings or such (it used to, but not anymore); it is a way to honor the best players this season in baseball. And it is special to each fan to see all the best-of-the-best together on one team or the other, forgetting rivalries […]

June 19, 2017

Winston Churchill Said This, So it Must Be a Very Important Saying

“Bully for You!” It was just about his favorite expression when he wanted to praise someone, some organization, or the entire Royal Air Force. So, how did this change? How did “Bully” go from a word of praise to one of revulsion in the U.S.? Being a bully, whether in person, or more so today online, is wrong. Why is this the thought for my […]

May 20, 2017

What is a Goal?

We all know this. It is the line you cross to score a touchdown. It is painted white on a big grassy field; you can see it from seats in the top row, hundreds of feet in the air. People watching on TV can see it from five different angles. Crossing by just an inch gets the big score that can tie the game. Are […]

March 7, 2017

Why You Should Do a Second Interview When Hiring

Easy answer: You will hire better candidates who will stay with you longer. Guaranteed by Paul. No question about it. Okay, you put an ad in the paper or online for a left-handed, must-be-under-40 soda bottle opener to be your personal assistant for opening your Diet Coke… or some other position that might actually exist in helping your company succeed. You get 57 resumes, call 15 people, and […]