Don’t Get Taken For A Ride

Anthony Guerra, Editor-in-Chief, hsCIO.com

“Two please,” I said to the girl operating the merry-go-round as I handed her a $20 bill. “Tokens only,” she said, pointing to a massive vending machine that looked more suited to dispense kegs than tokens. I moved out of line and over to the machine, attempting to figure out the necessary transaction before all […]

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The Real Deal-Breaker

Anthony Guerra, Editor-in-Chief, hsCIO.com

“Oh, and there’s one other thing,” Nancy said. “I typed it out in an email to you about five times but then I figured I’d just tell you.” “What’s up?” I asked. We were about 15 minutes into our usual morning call and it’d been business as usual. “Well, you know how we’ve been trying […]

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Keeping One Hand On The Wheel

Anthony Guerra, Editor-in-Chief, hsCIO.com

It’s the subject of a best-selling self-improvement book and a classic question all must face: Will what got you here keep you here (if you’re happy with where you are) or get you there (if you yearn for something else)? Now, these are two different cases and must be examined separately, but let’s address the […]

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The Right Tools To Face The Unknown

Anthony Guerra, Editor-in-Chief, hsCIO.com

“How was your weekend?” I asked Dave as we crossed paths in the office hall Monday morning. “Great,” he said. “You do anything interesting?” I asked. “Well, I actually had to put in a new mailbox. The old one was sunk into a huge block of concrete, so I rented a jackhammer.” “You what?” I […]

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Two Oars In Motion

Anthony Guerra, Editor-in-Chief, hsCIO.com

“That’s why I picked you,” my wife will half joke on the infrequent occasions when she feels my behavior warrants kudos. More often than not, the comment is in reference to some fatherly duties I’ve carried out admirably with the kids. Her point, of course, is that our union was not happenstance, serendipity, or any […]

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