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My Review of More Than 90 Minutes for WST

This book is not for the new soccer fan, but for the type who read Jonathan Wilson and enjoys the tactical games managers play with each other and the leagues throughout the season. While the overall book is not as polished as a Wilson book, it is informative and interesting, and is a definite must-read… Continue reading My Review of More Than 90 Minutes for WST

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We’re All Going to Die – A Review of Raven Rock by Garrett Graff

One of my fascinations is with alternate history. I appreciate a well thought-out, well written alternate history that forces me to think through what actually happened in the past and what could have happened under certain circumstances. About seven months ago, I saw that author Garrett Graff was publishing a new book on the U.S.… Continue reading We’re All Going to Die – A Review of Raven Rock by Garrett Graff

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I Resolve To Do The Following In 2017…

Resolutions are so overrated. I have never been a fan of using January 1 as a day to enact some sort of life change simply because it is the first day of the year. If I find something inadequate in my life or in need of change, August 21 is just as good a time to… Continue reading I Resolve To Do The Following In 2017…

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WST Review of The Arsenal Yankee

Great soccer players don’t just happen; they don’t position themselves in front of scouts and get signed based on what decisions they make. It’s more complicated than that, and that is the greatest value of this book, even more so than the details of training with the Invincibles. For parents like me or even just… Continue reading WST Review of The Arsenal Yankee

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How I Learned a Leadership Lesson from My Daughter’s Fairy Tale

Maybe it is an age bias, but children's books these days are richer and more engaging than those of my youth. I think a large part of it is that the change in media has impacted children as much as it has adults - what entertains them needs to be flashy and have a sharper… Continue reading How I Learned a Leadership Lesson from My Daughter’s Fairy Tale

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Updates from the Author’s Desk

It had been a few days since my last post and, while I have a few half-finished posts that may be of interest, I thought now would be a good time for a quick update from yours truly.  As you may have noticed blog posts have not been as frequent from other sources, primarily because… Continue reading Updates from the Author’s Desk