Those of you that are Star Trek fans will understand what the Borg reference means - or at least I hope so if you want to continue to call yourself Trekkies. Those of you who aren't Star Trek friendly obviously spend much more time outside instead of in front of the TV than I do. … Continue reading The Borg Entrepreneur
Most of my working life has been spent doing what an employer wants me to do and fulfilling their expectations. Most of my working life has also felt like a chafing pair of underpants that ride up and give me a perpetual wedgie. I have never quite fit in. Never been able to recognize when is a good time to keep my mouth shut. Never fully understood why people reacted so strongly to suggestions about their existing processes even though it was going to make things MUCH better and easier and better and did I mention easier? Hence the chafing underpant issue.
Working for myself has been an enlightening experience on many levels, not the least of which has been the distinct lack of wedgie. More comfortable to say the least. When I participate in a discussion with a client or event team member, my opinion has value and is…
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Originally posted on SFN Healthcare Wednesday, September 24th I'm going to lead with the date from now on so the frame of reference doesn't get lost in the framework of me blabbing about SFN. We'll try it out anyway. SFN Oakville had a great turnout again and despite an upset tummy and overwhelmed brain I … Continue reading Are You My Type?
Originally posted on SFNHealthcare 10/02/2014 Last night I put my SFN face on and headed out to the SFN Burlington networking group. A now typical Wednesday activity for me. You'd think, given that it's now a typical activity for me AND I am a president in the SFN network, that I would have gone prepared. … Continue reading Let’s Go Back to Shoulda’