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April 2021

Meet in the Middle

Tyler Perry spoke eloquently at the Oscars Ceremony last night. Rather than take the opportunity to lash out at “pick a group” he spoke about his refusal to hate. He was receiving the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award. In part he … Continue reading

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Instant Response

A colleague complained the other day that she felt that it was expected that she respond instantly to texts and emails. Not only business missives, but personal ones, too. If she didn’t, she felt guilty and it was bugging her. … Continue reading

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It’s the Right Thing to Do!

I have spoken to a number of people who have been vaccinated, and their experience has been positive. Not just that they are now protected from the virus, but the people they met at the vaccination center were happy, positive, … Continue reading

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Talk to People, Ask Questions…

I just reread the last blog entry and realize that I was complaining without offering a potential solution. I walk Gigi twice a day, first thing when we get up in the morning then around 4 in the evening. In … Continue reading

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Are We Losing our Ability to Talk to One Another?

I remember, back when I was just a lad, that filling the car with 25 cent a gallon gas was an event. We drove to the ‘service station’ and the owner came out and chatted with my dad. He then … Continue reading

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I’m Stunned and Gratified

Marcy and Kelley are reporting that we are nearing 600 attendees at PIE 2021. Yes, you read right. Nearly 600 people have pre-registered for our Parking Industry Exhibition to be held in Mid-July in Dallas. We have also heard from … Continue reading

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Face to Face in OZ

Our friends in OZ are opening up and actually going back to work. According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, Dell’s operations in Australia are welcoming their employees back into the office and the workers are loving it. … Continue reading

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