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Interviewing (Part I – Introspection)

Over the last eighteen months, I've done a lot of interviewing and screening candidates for software engineering and project managements positions.  I'd estimate that I've performed over fifty phone screens and interviews.  In addition, I applied for a position as…

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Education – Allocating Resources Properly

This week Monsignor Bonner, my high school in Drexel Hill, PA, was granted a stay of sentence for at least another year. Bonner and many other high schools and elementary schools in the Philadelphia region were set to shut down…

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A Simple, Beginner’s Meditation

Meditation can bring greater health, learning, and productivity, so why doesn't everyone do it?  I'm going to postulate that people that do not meditate think you have to be a Buddhist Monk, the Dalai Lama, or Mr. Miyagi to do…

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Finding the perspective to “the good life”

"If you want happiness for an hour, take a nap. If you want happiness for a day, go fishing. If you want happiness for a year, inherit a fortune. If you want happiness for a lifetime, help someone else." - Chinese…

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Moments – What moment changed you?

Moments change you.  Some days drift by aimlessly and some hit you like a freight train.  Often those "freight trains" are the moments that change your life.  Do you embrace those moments - both the good and the bad? The…

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