Monthly Archives: October 2009
We often hear that eye contact is an essential part of effective communication. I had always thought the importance of this was limited to demonstrating confidence as a speaker. I am not referring to public speaking, but simply one-on-one dialogue. … Continue reading
I recently completed a short yet very intense (many long nights) engagement for a client with whom our team had constructed a portfolio optimization platform several months earlier. This initial project was a great deal of fun for me in … Continue reading
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Often (if not always), fear or attack is the reaction of not completely understanding something. So too it is, I believe, in the debate over healthcare in the United States. Opponents to public system (the majority of whom reside within … Continue reading