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Four Communication Keys for Bruins Goalie Tim Thomas

I want in on the Tim Thomas brouhaha. Boston Bruins MVP goalie Tim Thomas is a superstar in the crease but not in front of microphones and TV cameras. If you haven’t heard, Thomas, for the second time in about … Continue reading

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Obama turns a corner and heads straight into 2012

It was an historic week in the news as President Obama vanquished the world’s leading terrorist and perhaps his 2012 Republican opponents in one fell swoop. On Saturday night, the President had his audience at the White House Correspondents Dinner … Continue reading

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Easy as A-B-C: Always Be Closing

Now that the initial sting from the midterm election defeat has subsided slightly, I can start to analyze the state of play. Here’s where my mind’s at – I want to send Alec Baldwin to Washington, but not as an … Continue reading

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Ted Sorensen: The Passing of a Giant

The world of communications quietly lost an intellectual giant on Sunday with the passing of the iconic Theodore C. Sorensen. Most know Mr. Sorensen as President John F. Kennedy’s speechwriter, but we must remember him as much, much more than … Continue reading

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