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To those of you serving, or seeking to serve, in elected office: I’m writing to you today about leading and managing. In a workplace discussion recently, several of us identified qualities we want – and do not want – in our colleagues, our … more
I may have mentioned before that the only reality television show I watch any more is “American Ninja Warrior.” So much real athleticism, and such an unusual display of skills—including an unexpected assortment of athletes. But the one thing … more
Few things fit October better than Halloween and horror movies — but the key to any good film in either of these genres is the right use of music. Films such as “Psycho,” “The Exorcist” … more
Chris Mintz. Chris Mintz. Chris Mintz. Why do I keep repeating the name Chris Mintz? Because I want his name to become a household name, I want you to know his name, I want you to be able to pull it off of the top of your head without working at … more
I recently wrote a column about systems, explaining how I think the systems we operate now are too complicated to manage. Part of the problem, I opined, was that systems involve a lot of moving parts, and too few people these days think in ways that … more
Our Colorado Open Records Act, in effect since 1969, ensures our government remains transparent and accountable to those who pay for it by declaring “all public records shall be open for inspection by any person.” However, in 2012, the Colorado … more
Colorado’s economy is outpacing much of the nation in economic growth and job creation. Today, after the worst recession since the Great Depression, Colorado’s unemployment rate is 4.2 percent, and the state has created jobs in 42 of the last 44 … more
In early October, schools across Colorado and nationwide are holding events for Walk and Bike to School Day. As a retired general and a medical doctor, I can tell you that increasing physical activity is vitally important for our children’s health … more
In the sitcom “Happy Days,” there is an episode in which the popular character Arthur “The Fonz” Fonzerelli gets a library card. An urban myth has it libraries nationwide saw a 500 percent increase in library card applications after the … more
When you think about exercise, what part of the body do you think about? Most people might think of their waistline, arms, legs or back. What about the brain? That might be the last part of the body that many people associate with exercise — but … more
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