Shaping a Partnership

My post, The Test of a Good Partner, from May 7th sparked several responses, all of them inquisitive and the majority of them positive.  I

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Guy Kawasaki’s Truemors

I had a chance to check out Guy Kawasaki’s new site Truemors. Now I’m not a pro blogger or a techie, nor do I play one on the Web or TV, but I’m not exactly a Luddite either. As a result, you’re not going to get a tech review here.

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One Day Blog Silence

On April 30th 2007, the Blogosphere will hold a One-Day Blog Silence in honor of the victims at Virginia Tech. 33 died at the US college massacre.

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Virginia Tech – In Our Thoughts

My PDA phone cashed it in the other day and I had to purchase a new one. I’ve spent several hours over the past 3 days getting up to speed and ensuring that all my data has transfered to the new one. I also played around a bit, much to my wife’s amusement, importing some pictures so that when my wife and kids called, I’d see their smiling faces on my phone’s display.

My daughter is a bit finicky about her photos and didn’t like the one that I chose, so I went to her MySpace page to download one that she had posted, reasoning that she’d obviously given it the thumbs up, and here’s what I found instead:

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My Life Balance

Well, it’s snowing here. I find it extremely ironic that the Cleveland Indians are in town playing ball at Miller Park due to the snow storm in Ohio and because our stadium offers the protection from the elements in the form of its retractable – and close-able – roof.

I’m taking advantage of a canceled appointment or two and some snow closings to share with you some photos I snapped a few moments ago, as well as to let you all know that my life balance/ work-life balance/ work family balance doesn’t consist only of work!

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E-book Dedication

Well, after much time and effort, I just finished my first e-book. It truly was a “labor of love.”

The title, “Your Life In Balance: A Breakthrough Guide for Creating the Life You Desire”, speaks for itself I think. It will be available on my Web site within the next few days at

Not knowing what protocol is with regard to dedicating an e-book (as I’ve purchased several of them yet never read one with a dedication), but not being one to conform, I’ve determined that I would include my dedication in this blog. Here goes:

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In case you didn’t know …

I live in southeastern Wisconsin, but I’m available to speak with entrepreneurs, small business owners, self-employed individuals, and freelance professionals from all areas – nationally and internationally.

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“Plenty of snow, but no blizzard”

“Storm socks the state, but it’s not the punch we expected.” That’s the way the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel newspaper read this morning, and that about summed it all up. The paper continued: “Not that anyone was complaining, but the blizzard forecast to blow through southern Wisconsin on Sunday didn’t quite live up to its hype. Even though the storm dropped lots of snow, caused accidents and power failures, canceled flights and forced snowblowers to work overtime, folks bracing for the worst woke up Sunday to see that things weren’t as bad as some expected.”

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In the local news

Thanks to Caley Meals, Assistant Business Editor, for the following article which appeared as a feature in the Saturday edition of the Waukesha Freeman:

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Life Balance for Entrepreneurs

For those of you like me – entrepreneurs with families trying to juggle work and private time – there’s great news! I’ve just completed a report titled “Life Balance for Entrepreneurs with Families”. It will be available for download on the Web site late next week. Anyone wanting a FREE pre-release copy can email me

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A fun but frigid week

Media folks Dennis of Sky Radio Net and Caley of Waukesha Freeman proved that interviews can be fun and lighthearted.  They both had a way

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