There are a great many lessons in life, especially in those that have been well lived. So I'd like to show you a couple things that have had particular meaning in my life, a story and guide that have not only helped my family and me through difficult times, but good times as well.
Pots and Pans
is a terrific story for any ceo or business person who wants to become one. It tells a simple truth, but a great one. E-mail Etiquette
has been around for a while and was originally drafted from a study by the Rand Corporation, but it still can pack a punch or two. Especially for anyone who thinks they already know everything about the world's most ubiquitous way to stay in touch.
1964 baseball fans will appreciate this momento: Tickets to a world series game that NEVER
happened. It seemed that Lee would attend his first world series game. The Phillies had to win just ONE
game. With a 6 1/2 game league lead and twelve games to play, the Phillies somehow managed to lose twelve games in a row.
Lee learned a valuable lesson: There is no such thing as a sure thing!. In memory of this event, Lee had these unused tickets framed.