It is amazing that earlier this week I reached out to you, my friends, colleagues, and followers, about raising money to support the Walk for ALS that I will be doing in a couple of weeks. I set my goal to raise $1000, and I made my appeal to you to help. It is amazing … Continue reading ALS: Walking for the Cure, and I still need yor help!
I don’t ask often, but I need your help. ALL OF YOU. On July 4, 1939, two weeks after his retirement, Lou Gehrig stepped onto the field at Yankee Stadium and proclaimed that he was “…The Luckiest Man on the Face of the Earth.” Two years later he was dead from a disease that nobody … Continue reading Please help me to beat ALS.
The title is of course misleading… work is almost always worthwhile – in one way or another. However this incident reminded me that some of us work for much more than a paycheck. I have spent the week overseeing the deployment of a secure IT environment for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation of Canada. As … Continue reading When Our Work is REALLY Worthwhile