Fiction

It Is the Story That Matters

Miss Karen and I went on an impromptu pub crawl last evening, exploring parts of the Jersey Shore that we have not visited in some time. The fact that it was early on a Monday night speaks volumes about our thrilling social life. A lot happened in a couple of hours, which I will share with [&hellip...

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Some Recommendations

As you know, The Ol’ Prophet is keen on technology and productivity. Here are some recommendations that may help you get more connected and efficient: ToDoist This little gem of a Task Manager is worth its weight in gold. ToDoist works on all platforms: Apple iOS (there are iPhone and iPad app...

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Unbiased. And Unappreciated.

It all starts innocently enough. Telephone Call Number 1 is a pleasant exchange inquiring about our services. ” I am thinking about selling my building and I am interested in getting an unbiased value before I list the property,” says my prospective client. The proposal goes out, is exec...

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Books June 2013

I committed to reading two books every month in 2013, one fiction and one nonfiction. These are June’s selections. A friend of mine recently asked if I really do read two books per month. The truth is I that read more than two books, but I have a secret: I don’t feel obligated to finish ...

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