Category Archives: 3. The Power of Capacity

T-Wrecks

“Find a need and fill it.” To entrepreneurs, that’s a key to continued growth. Whether you bring a new product or service to market, or improve one that already exists, “look for the pain,” they say, “and provide the customer … Continue reading

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I Love Lucy

Here’s a completely useless, yet, fascinating bit of trivia. It’s about the term, “acronym.” The word comes from the Greek, and like so many words, it is a conjugation. In this case, the prefix comes from the term, “akron” meaning … Continue reading

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A Value Preposition

The proper use of the English language is an art. Some people have the ability to create beautiful works in prose and poetry using the same words with which another might cause confusion or offense. Words can be like oxygen, … Continue reading

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