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We never know when a tragedy will hit. None of us were prepared for 9/11, the Boston Massacre, or Sandy Hook. Yesterday there was a tragedy that occurred in a place I used to call home, Logan, Utah. I didn't know any of the victims, but I remember the places.  I went to one of... Continue Reading →

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Jury Duty

I have a somewhat twisted mind. I will admit it. This doesn't mean I am going to be the next Ted Bundy though... I just enjoy Law and Order (SVU),  hearing about crimes and murder on the news, and last but not least unsolved mysteries... I don't know what it is about them, but I... Continue Reading →

5 Tips for Professional Communication

“Communication- the human connection- is the key to personal and career success.” -Paul J. Meyer Like Paul J. Meyer stated, communication is the key to success.  Communication happens around us daily even when we are not completely aware of it. It can happen through facial expressions, body language, and through a lack of listening (bored,... Continue Reading →

The R-Word

I want to speak about a somewhat taboo topic, disabilities and mental handicaps. I want to introduce you to someone who I love dearly and consider my good "pal" as he would say it. His name is Uncle Bret. He is my Uncle, and everyone I have introduced him to consider him to be their... Continue Reading →

Gallup Strength Finder 2.0

Written by: Clare Vaterlaus This was originally posted on my work website. I have often heard but never fully understood the sentiment -“a brave man acknowledges the strength of others.” At a recent training for Echelon Group this statement became clear to me. It is not hard to learn our own strengths and even our... Continue Reading →

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