Monthly Archives: January 2020

So Why Do I Teach?

If it’s true that a “picture is worth a thousands words” the photo above explains why I started teaching advertising and marketing 18 years ago. I never set out to become a teacher. I was, and still am, an advertising … Continue reading

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To Vote or not to Vote

It seems that whenever news correspondents quote polls regarding the upcoming elections they use the term, “People say…”.  What people?   Are they talking about people who could vote or people who actually vote? I started doing some digging from a … Continue reading

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Work saves lives

I heard a news report on the radio this morning that verified a belief I have held for years. A study was done on the opioid crisis and who has been most affected by it. The study found that the … Continue reading

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