Monthly Archives: "March 2014"

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March 31, 2014 | 0 Comments Because it Matters: Is it Convincing?

Just the other day my behind was pinned to an uncomfortable fold out chair spattered with paint at the Art Students League on 57th Street. My eyes sprayed the wall of various figurative and abstract...

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We’re watching… MLB Opening Day Spring training is winding down, which means it’s time for Opening Day. And of course, we’ll be watching the Yankees and the Mets officially open their seasons on Tuesday, April...

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With apologies to the situational stand-up comedy of Jerry Seinfeld, let me posit this question: Don’t you just hate it when some nitwit – and no, I am NOT restricting this fine point only to...

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Join iconic business leader and passionate New Yorker, Jonathan Tisch, as he explores the transformational power of partnerships.   Featured image courtesy of New York Natives, Photographer: Kevin Talbot...

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We all tend to say things in our daily lives that make me want to hurl myself into traffic. It’s a humanity-wide nervous tick. A conversational seat-filler that exists solely to quash the awkward emptiness...

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