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By Jim Whitt An up-and-coming band was playing bars throughout the south in the 1970s when a Macon, Georgia record producer decided they were good
By Jim Whitt I walked into an optometry shop looking for a new pair of glasses. I spotted someone who I thought was an employee
It’s easy to criticize, condemn and complain. That leads to finger pointing and often escalates into a volatile situation where everyone loses. We can deescalate a volatile situation by learning the power of six magic words. People complain that things need to change. Yet, they could be the change they’d like to see. It’s amazing how many problems can be resolved when we decide to be part of the solution instead of part of the problem.
I was on the phone this week with Noel Ledermann, a longtime reader who told me that he has shared the following article with many
By Jim Whitt When I hired on as a pen rider at Wheatheart Feeders in 1972 there were roughly 20 cowboys and 60 company horses.