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What a motto?
Fri, Apr 22nd 2016 9:21a   David Greenstein
... "Nuthin', what's a motto you?" (Lion King)I can't hear the word motto without thinking about Timon and Pumba. Now a bit more than 30 days into the job, motto had become super important to me of late. It may sound as if I am simply "drinking the Kool-Aid", but when you have a good motto, its worth talking about. Coda's motto (or tagline) is Do something great. Every day. Being in the software business, there is a very real risk of missing the mark with your solution should it co
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Thu, Mar 24th 2016 9:58a   David Greenstein
For the majority of my career I have been a consultant. An information technology consultant. A geek. While the lifestyle (no, consulting is not just a career) afforded me opportunities to travel a bit, see different parts of the world, experience different foods and people, it came at a price: family time. The importance of work-life balance, not missing so many "firsts" with my four children, and enjoying the fruits of my labors a bit in the moment (as opposed to the perpetual "some day




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