Monthly Archives: November 2010

People want to work – but why?

I promised yesterday I would explain why I subscribe to McGregor’s Theory X / Theory Y.  Of course people want to work, we all have to pay the bills.  That’s true of course but I believe the desire to work goes … Continue reading

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It’s a rivalry, that’s why.

I’m fairly certain I saw this guy in the stands last Saturday at Arrowhead Stadium. Missouri and Kansas met on the field to play their 119th football game.  The MU KU rivalry is the second oldest in the nation and … Continue reading

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Santa Claus is coming to town!

Special thanks to Kelly Griffey for a sneak peek of what the Downtown Clinton Square will look like later tonight. The fifth annual lighted holiday parade is set for tonight.  Sponsors for this year’s Chamber Christmas events are Hawthorn Bank … Continue reading

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Shop Local

It’s the shopping season, as you shop remember to shop local. Tis’ the season for shopping.  It is a great time to remember the importance of shopping local.  Money spent local stays local.  By shopping locally, you simultaneously create jobs, … Continue reading

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Help the Samaritan Center

   It’s almost Thanksgiving and I’m willing to bet if you are taking time to read this blog, you have a lot to be thankful for.  I’m thankful for you and I’m thankful to live in such a great community.  … Continue reading

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ED Burden

The next paragraph was sent to me by The Missouri Hospital Association.  I have talked about health care reform several times in this blog and one of the aspects of hospital care that I believe will become more problematic as … Continue reading

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Have a great weekend…

This came across my inbox so here’s a little humor to start your weekend. 1. I think part of best friend’s job should be to immediately clear your computer history if you die. 2. Nothing sucks more than that moment … Continue reading

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