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Everybody’s story matters: Speaking notes for Sept. 1, 2018 Nordic Meeting (for people who stutter) in Tallinn, Estonia

Update: A second post, regarding this talk, is entitled: Draft No. 2 of speaking notes: Sept. 1, 2018 Tallinn talk [End]   Between 1988 and 2003, over a period of 15 years, I did a lot of volunteer work on behalf of people who stutter. Sometimes, I would work at this night and day. These […]


Small Arms Inspection Building – For June 23, 2018 Official Opening, you will need an Eventbrite ticket. Also at this post: We have sold our house in Long Branch.

The following message is from the Small Arms Society: We’re excited to announce the Official Opening of the rehabilitated Small Arms Inspection Building. Join the City of Mississauga and the Small Arms Society as we unveil this rich historic sites’s transformation into a community creative hub. Come explore the community gardens, art exhibits by InSitu […]


Would a workplace without managers work?

A July 29, 2015 Globe and Mail article is entitled: “Holacracy: Would a workplace without managers work?” The article highlights an approach to getting things done that strongly appeals to me. In 30 years of volunteer work, it’s been my anecdotal experience that what I like to call a flat-hierachy approach to getting things done […]