Category Archives: Insight

Common sense is anything but common

Common sense. It seems so, well, common. Truth of the matter is: it’s not. I mean, common common sense is a little more prevalent than for which I give it credit. But your common sense? Nope. Not common, at all. … Continue reading

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Valuing Consulting Services versus Contractor Labor

Rick and I were recently having a conversation about the value of a consultant or contractor’s time, and how the concept of consultative value may or may not translate into a meaningful bill rate. Rick observed that too often the … Continue reading

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Some weekend reading and thinking

Enjoy the weekend. My Visit to Trek: Two Guys in a Barn “Employees make good use of the commuter program. Each day someone rides, walks, skates or car pools to work, that employee receives credit for Trek products or cash … Continue reading

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Some weekend reading and thinking

Have a good weekend. Try to unplug. But if you wind up online, here’s some stuff to peruse: Head, shoulder, foot! “Most founders think about complementing technical or business skills when they build their intial team. Fewer think about the … Continue reading

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Some weekend reading and thinking

We like to think we’re pretty smart around here at More than a living. But reading and re-reading your own posts can get dull for even me. Sometimes. When that happens, I like to venture out and do a little … Continue reading

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Interview Prep – Get your Story Put Together

“Where do you see yourself in 5 years?” isn’t always a question you consider before an interview, but HRinterviews has made it easier to prep. This is a great list of questions, put on my radar by SystematicHR with a … Continue reading

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Hello, Crazy

Maybe I’m not that dialed in, but clicking through Rick’s post and into “A Unique Generation,” I bumped into KV’s comment and feel my shaking my head – huh uh – wrong focus, gang. I’ve worked across several companies and … Continue reading

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