Volume 103: Holiday Cheer and Abundance Thinking

This time of year, we hear a lot about “holiday cheer”.Decorations are up, family time and gift giving are right around the corner, and companies all over the world are creating HR nightmares by using Holiday Parties as an excuse to over-indulge around their coworkers. There’s a lot of reason to be happy and upbeat. … Continue reading Volume 103: Holiday Cheer and Abundance Thinking

Volume 87: Moving Professional Relationships Forward

Hopefully, we’re all now fully settled into the new year and have begun to learn to write “2020” instead of “2019” on important documents. I’ll figure this out in about September, I think. As I’ve expressed many times before in these newsletters, I’m not a huge fan of the whole “new year, new me” mindset … Continue reading Volume 87: Moving Professional Relationships Forward

Volume 84: CorrExpo Wrap Up

From my time on the convention floor, this year’s CorrExpo seemed to have a pretty low turnout from converters. This makes sense, though, with a massive SuperCorr looming in 2020. This turnout led me to focus on vendors while in Denver - Starch, OEM, Ink, Dies, Software, Conveyors, Boilers, and so many more. Talking with … Continue reading Volume 84: CorrExpo Wrap Up

Volume 26: Long Term Relationships Can’t Be Classified

Over the first quarter of 2016, this newsletter has revolved around the issue of classifying our everyday relationships the way relationships are classified in nature, and breaking them into three categories: Parasitic, Commensalistic, or Mutualistic. After the last newsletter about mutualism, though, I received some push back from a 20-year friend in the industry. His issue with … Continue reading Volume 26: Long Term Relationships Can’t Be Classified