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10-26-21 Benign Neglect

Almost everyone can relate to a busy life in which a multitude of issues demand immediate attention and resolution. In some cases, problems may seem so large and complex that perceived solutions are overwhelming. With a limited amount of time and resources, it may be...

10-19-21 Fulcrum

“Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world.“ –Archimedes Leverage in practice and as a concept is nothing new. Archimedes, a Greek mathematician, engineer and inventor (287 BC – 212 BC), expounded on the use of levers...

10-12-21 Being There

The virtual world is a wonderful place that can conform to any shape, size or context desired. In this reality, everything is possible. Computer-aided lenses can conjure experiences from distant places or challenge our understanding of the physical world and...

10-05-21 Due Diligence

In the financial arena, the term “due diligence” is frequently used to acknowledge and express concern for safekeeping of valuable resources – cash, commodities, stocks, bonds, etc. Those qualified as “fiduciaries” are entrusted with management of such assets in the...

9-28-21 If It Looks Like A…

There are times when it is difficult to arrive at a definitive conclusion. Established facts may lead to a reasonable assumption, but there is still room for error. In those cases, a practical answer is often couched in terms that fit the idiom, “If it looks like a...

9-21-21 When People Listen

A series of E.F. Hutton brokerage commercials in the 1970s featured conversations between individuals comparing advice from different stock brokers. Although setting and situation vary, the conclusion always ends with a reply to a query about advice: “My broker is...