The Trait That Can Destroy A Culture

Bill Rieger, CIO, Flagler Hospital

How did you get where you are? I don’t mean how did you get to the coffee shop, your office, or your living room, I mean how did you get to where you are in your career? I started out by joining the US Navy after high school. I couldn’t figure out how to show […]

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Rolling The Dice

Bill Rieger, CIO, Flagler Hospital

Ever play Yahtzee? There is something about that game that I really like. It is a game where you roll five dice and try to get combinations of pairs or three of a kind or four of a kind, etc. The first one to get all of the prescribed combinations wins. Actually, I really like […]

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Getting Back To Zero

Bill Rieger, CIO, Flagler Hospital

Chris Walden’s recent post really inspired me. Your identity — how you see yourself — is a critical component to success in life, bodily, mentally, spiritually, financially, and relationally. Your view of yourself significantly impacts your value as an employee, spouse, parent, or friend. I was at a conference last week that featured Peyton Manning […]

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Be Original

Bill Rieger, CIO, Flagler Hospital

You are not original! In spite of the title of this blog post, you are not original, nor would I encourage you to try and be original. There is nothing new under the sun — you have probably heard that before. In the natural world, that is true. Scientists may not have discovered every species […]

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Wrestling With The Notion Of Retirement

Bill Rieger, CIO, Flagler Hospital

In the beginning, whatever you believe the beginning was, there was no retirement. Whether we are talking about cavemen, who scientists say only lived for an average of 20 years, or biblical men and women, who worked and served in their community until they died. In 1883, a German Chancellor named Otto Von Bismark essentially […]

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