Tag: masters

  • Road Warriors

    June 1, 2015 Short night (270 minutes between the sheets; sounds better than 4.5 hours); early morning (4:00a alarm); beat the traffic from home to Los Angeles Int’l; remote garage, check-in, TSA precheck (yes!), then head for the bus to the remote commuter terminal… all before 6:00a. My internal autopilot was locked-and-loaded for the Admiral’s […]

  • Take Over

    February 2, 2015 Phil says six more weeks, but the chill in Seattle may last longer. In case you’re on headline overload, the folks in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania have already finished up their annual tradition with their local vermin-of-note. Groundhogs are classified by Farmers’ Almanac as a pest/rodent/varmit, but don’t raise that distinction with the folks […]

  • Parked

    January 26, 2015 My “office” – home, or away – is usually a coffee specialty store; my typical day begins with the first cup at/around 5:00a. Watching the early morning weekday caffeine crowd come-and-go creates an intriguing demographic study… This morning – before daylight – a Beamer convertible pulled into the clearly-marked handicapped parking spot, […]

  • The Set Time

    December 22, 2014 “I hope you haven’t been waiting long…” Have you heard that before? Usually uttered by the person arriving last – for a long-scheduled appointment – and proposed as a this-settles-everything repayment for the time spent awaiting them. Greg Savage is an entrepreneur in Australia – a noted pro in the executive search […]