As Ferguson Burned

“If you want peace work for justice.” – Pope Paul VI I didn’t sleep well last night. As I tried, buildings and cars in a city 20 miles from my own were being burned by the citizens. The reaction to the announcement that Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson will not be charged in the shooting death of […]

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3 Things a New Manager Must Manage

I recently revisited a voice mail that my group’s senior manager had left me, just after my promotion from consultant to consulting manager, congratulating me on the new role and wishing me well. Listening to the voice mail again brought back a rush of memories – she had left it while I happened to be […]

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Ad Jesum per Mariam

In the last week, I have received a calling to a new responsibility that honors and humbles me greatly. Our local Catholic parishes have been fostering a retreat-based community of faith called Koinonia for nearly 10 years. I’ve been a part of it since the very first “Trinity Koinonia” retreat weekend in September of 2005, […]

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eCommerce, circa late 2013

I’ve worked in the Internet and digital marketing world since 1997, and my clients and my team’s clients have been almost exclusively retailers for the last 6+ years, but sometimes I don’t get to see it from the “other side.” I just saw it from that side – as a consumer – and I’m pretty […]

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