Pathmaker Marketing: Benefits of Internet Marketing

Consumers are increasingly turning to the Internet for their buying decisions. This makes Internet marketing more important than ever before. Here are some benefits that could help you consider internet marketing.     An expertly … [Continue reading]

It’s Never Right to Do Wrong in Order to Get a Chance to Do Right

It’s Never Right to Do Wrong in Order to Get a Chance to Do Right

This is a follow-up to my earlier post, “When Doing the Right Thing Is the Wrong Thing,” published on January 3, 2015. I want to expand on that concept. In that post I proposed that “the right thing” is not defined by the desired result. That is, … [Continue reading]

“If you can’t be part of the solution at least don’t be part of the problem!”

“If you can’t be part of the solution at least don’t be part of the problem!”

There are a plethora of “communities” that we are part of on an ongoing basis.  These include, but are not necessarily limited to: Families Companies Churches Clubs/Organizations Networking Groups And, in each and every one of these … [Continue reading]

“Birds of a feather flock together, making it very easy for hunters.”

“Birds of a feather flock together, making it very easy for hunters.”

Do you know about the American Passenger Pigeon?  In 1871 it was estimated that there were over 136 million breeding adults in only one section of Wisconsin!  But, by  the 1890s they numbered only in the dozens  - in the whole country.  At one time … [Continue reading]

“You can’t spell ‘awesome’ without ‘me’”

“You can’t spell ‘awesome’ without ‘me’”

On the surface that looks like a cute little sentiment.  However, more and more, members of our society believe that’s true.  As a society we are so self-centered and eco-centric that we believe not only are we awesome, but that, because we are … [Continue reading]

“If you DON’T live in a glass house is it okay to throw stones?”

If you DON’T live in a glass house is it okay to throw stones?

I’m sure you all know the old adage, “He who lives in a glass house shouldn't throw stones.”  The idea being, of course, unless you are totally above reproach and therefore “safe” from attack yourself, you shouldn't say anything about others. … [Continue reading]

When Doing the Right Thing Is the Wrong Thing

When Doing the Right Thing Is the Wrong Thing

Back in the 1980's, I worked for a company that promoted “Doing the Right Thing” as its slogan. The power of that message was overwhelming several decades ago, not as much as I would suppose that it would be today. People were longing to be … [Continue reading]

The Value of What You Have in Your Hand Is Determined by What You Do With It

The Value of What You Have in Your Hand Is Determined by What You Do With It

The following is a true story. A long time ago, in a land far away, a man who had once been a scholar, an eloquent speaker, a military hero and a high-ranking government official, had retired at the age of 40, married, and was working his … [Continue reading]

Even Scrooge Would have Hated the Grinch!

Even Scrooge Would have Hated the Grinch!

Watching Holiday Movies is a favorite pastime of just about everyone I know.  And, two “musts” is A Christmas Carol and How the Grinch Stole Christmas.  Now, while Scrooge was “bah - humbugging” all over the place, he never once thought about … [Continue reading]

Old Age is like Basketball, just because you Dribble a Little Doesn’t Mean the Game is Over

Old Age is like Basketball, just because you Dribble a Little Doesn’t Mean the Game is Over

If you are not already aware of this, Old Age comes with a lot of indignities.  However, while some of them are “real,” many more of them are assigned to those who are considered “seniors,” often by people who are still “wet behind the ears.”  Not … [Continue reading]

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