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Corner Office Articles

  • Corner Office - January / February 2017

    Jan 01, 2017
    For most people and organizations, January 1 represents the start of a new year brimming with hopeful enthusiasm about what the year has in store.
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  • Corner Office - December 2016

    Dec 13, 2016
    In addition to the historical reasons for the holiday season, this time of year also serves as a reminder to all that we share the same Earth and are members of the same “human” community.
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  • Corner Office - September 2016

    Sep 07, 2016
    Each September, as the year starts to transition from the “dog days of summer” to the anticipation that accompanies the season’s rituals of football, falling leaves, and Halloween.
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  • Corner Office - July 2016

    Jul 07, 2016
    Summertime is most often associated with fun, rest, relaxation, exploration, vacations, and work (yes, I had to include the dreaded “w” word).
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  • Corner Office - June 2016

    Jun 07, 2016
    Are you Making A Difference (MAD)? Virtually all of us are blessed with opportunities to make a positive difference in the lives of others.
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  • Corner Office - April 2016

    Apr 07, 2016
    The best part about the arrival of spring, especially after a long cold winter, is the rebirth it helps represent.
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  • Corner Office - March 2016

    Mar 07, 2016
    A noted political pundit recently stated credit unions are in the “American Dream” business. He could not have been more correct.
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  • Corner Office - January 2016

    Jan 07, 2016
    The term “synergy” is frequently defined as “the interaction of individual elements or components that when combined produce a total effect or collaboration greater than the sum of the individual elements, parts, or contributions.”
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  • Corner Office - December 2015

    Dec 07, 2015
    In addition to the historical and religious reasons for the holiday season, society has generally reserved this time of year to serve as a reminder that we are all members of the same community.
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  • Corner Office - October 2015

    Oct 07, 2015
    In math, an inflection point is usually defined as a point on a curve where the direction and sign of the curvature change; however, this change or point can only be truly recognized when viewed against its historical path.
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