Author Archives: Michael "Mick" Mayers

Zen Zone #9

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If you aren’t actively professing your allegiance toward the organizational mission, then you are effectively working against it.

Zen Zone #8

If you are going to be the Chief, it helps to have thick skin.

Zen Zone #7

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People process change differently and we must recognize and acknowledge the dynamics of change.

Zen Zone #6

How committed are you?

Buddy or Boss?

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There are differences between the leader and the follower that transcend the ability to appreciate strategic vs. tactical decision making.

Zen Zone #5

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Put ideas together today.

Zen Zone #4

Don’t waste your opportunities.

Zen Zone #3

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New perspective to old issues.

It Is So Smoky That…

It could be worse: it could smell like Jakarta. But the good news is that this is NOT auto exhaust and smog, or the smell of burning garbage, or even better, roast tire. So if you have your own observation, feel free to share.

Zen Zone #2

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Brain food for Mongo.

Thought For The Day

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Something to think about.

The Prankster As Leader – It Doesn’t Work

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Officers who engage in practical joking with their subordinates are only asking for reciprocation; the biggest downside is that reaction may come at the time you least want it to.

Grow Up

Grow up. Fun doesn’t come unless you earn it. You can have fun all day long, but in the end, if you haven’t accomplished anything, you’re just one more clown among many.

You Can Quote Me On That (Before 2010)

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I was driving down the road the other day and thinking, you know, I too could have a list of quotes, just like the real writers have. So in the interest of filling up a page of useless knowledge, I did.

The Antidote To Road Rage

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Who among us has not experienced anger at the inconsiderate moron who fails to pull to the right when we are well behind them, permitting us a free lane on the way to some emergency?

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