Monthly Archives: August 2018

A Small Tribute to Senator John McCain

#VOTE! It’s primary day in Florida. So if you’ve not already done, please take the time to get out and vote…because your voice matters! Sadly, it is also just a few days since the passing of United States Senator John McCain. A man recognized and admired by so many on both sides of the political […]

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Proactive vs. Reactive

College football is coming soon! Woo hoo! As an avid fan, especially of my Florida Gators this week’s blog shares some tips on getting ready to be part of the advocacy game. Follow this advice and you can be on the winning team! Think proactively…Sometimes advocating on measures designed to improve your community, or asking […]

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What Do You Believe?

In this time of heightened political debate and negative campaign ads, it’s easy to assume that all politics and politicians are “sleazy”.¬†Hopefully, you don’t really believe this. But if you do, then spend a few moments asking yourself why you feel this way. Is it because of what you see on television, read in print […]

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The Lost Art of a Conversation

Where did they go? Those often rare, but oh so important face-to-face conversations? In today’s social media world, tragically they are quickly becoming a lost art. So I’d like to share a story about why, whether in business or perhaps more importantly in the political realm a “real” conversation still works and works well. This […]

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