Trump’s behavior would create a nightmare in any workplace

March 14, 2016 - by: Dan Oswald 25 COMMENTS

Trump 2by Dan Oswald

Like a moth to the flame, I’m going to revisit the subject of none other than Donald Trump. You can’t ignore that he is THE story right now. There’s no doubt that when it comes to Trump, emotions run high as we watch supporters and protesters clash—even physically—at his rallies. And there is no shortage of strong opinions when it comes to Trump.

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Trump’s over-the-top political incorrectness could take him to the White House

March 07, 2016 - by: Dan Oswald 13 COMMENTS

Trumpby Dan Oswald

I must say, I’m marveling at the three-ring circus the Republican primary has become. P.T. Barnum, the famous American showman and founder of the Barnum & Bailey Circus, has been credited with saying, “If you want to draw a crowd, start a fight.”

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Spieth’s Masters win shows what young minds can bring to the workplace

April 13, 2015 - by: Dan Oswald 1 COMMENTS

So close! Close-up of driver and golf ball laying on green grass near the holeby Dan Oswald

I’m not a golfer, nor do I tend to watch golf on television, but I am aware that over the weekend, Jordan Spieth won the Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Georgia. And with his victory came news of many of his other notable accomplishments: read more…

Despite what I put on my bracket, I’m rooting for the underdog

March 23, 2015 - by: Dan Oswald 5 COMMENTS

Basketball tournament bracket with spot lighting on wood gym floby Dan Oswald

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament kicked off last week. It’s known as March Madness. Even if you’re not a college basketball fan, you may have filled out a bracket at home or for your office pool. More than 10 million people filled one out this year.

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A few lessons learned from recent events

November 10, 2014 - by: Dan Oswald 1 COMMENTS

Lessonsby Dan Oswald

Respect and appreciate those who help you succeed. For my birthday in September, my wife gave me tickets to a James Taylor concert, which we attended last night. It was fascinating to watch a man whose career has spanned my entire lifetime perform the classic hits he penned decades ago. With his quirky sense of humor and what appeared to be a genuine sense of enjoyment, he played for two hours, bantering with the audience as he went. But what struck me most was the recognition and appreciation he showed for his band.

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Are the media and politicians perpetuating a tragedy to serve their own needs?

August 25, 2014 - by: Dan Oswald 4 COMMENTS

Tragedyby Dan Oswald

Against my better judgment, I’m going to address the tragic death of Michael Brown. Any time an 18-year-old boy dies, regardless of the circumstances, it’s a tragedy. And yes, I believe he was just a boy despite legally having reached adulthood. I have a son who is just months away from his 18th birthday, and to me, he’s clearly still a boy.

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