Archive for September2011

Technology Brings Us Together

The thought of having such accessibility to others is always fascinating to me.

Zen Zone #33

Never get so locked into any idea that you can’t back off of it later in the interests of the bigger picture.

Poor Leaders Are Like Noxious Gas?

By just being present and nothing else, poor leaders contaminate the atmosphere. As a result, good leaders are simply forced elsewhere.

Zen Zone #32

Even when faced with adversity, understand your adversary, maintain your composure, obtain perspective, and open your mind to opportunities that may not be readily obvious.

Zen Zone #31

Perhaps in these challenging days we should focus some energy on helping solve local problems.

Okay, Let’s Try This Again

The response community obviously needs a big-ass brick dropped on their head with a note wrapped around it that says: “Don’t go if you aren’t invited.”

Zen Zone #30

When you are challenged with a problem, it always helps to maintain perspective.

9/11: “Devoted To Duty Above Personal Risk”

We understand that there comes a time to grow up, and the right thing to do is to put away the childish ways and become a real man, with responsibility and dignity.

Zen Zone #29

Open your eyes to the suffering and help those who need it most.

Swedish Message, Part 2

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For a group of people who pride themselves on being professional at their craft, we have a little to be desired when it comes to taking care of business in the manner in which it should be done.

Replacing Search K9s With Search Cockroaches?

What we know today as the way we do business may be radically different tomorrow.

Zen Zone #28

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There has to be a koan somewhere about the Zen Master who was the least likely to take his own advice.

Do It Right The First Time

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Take a moment to ditch the emotion and be the professionals you are. Do the right thing the first time.

Here’s Something To Be Mad About

For all of you who scream insanely when a firefighter is missing his gloves on a Dave Statter video, why don’t you get mad about this?