Finding the Right Key by Scott MacDonald, @scottmacnotes
Apr 23

Finding the Right Key by Scott MacDonald

Observations , Self-Help

He wore a green flannel shirt even though it was a warm day. He appeared disheveled and ill-kempt but oddly seemed to move with confidence and conviction. He carried an overstuffed backpack that was not fully-zipped and appeared haphazard and disorganized with miscellaneous clothing items protruding. I assumed he was a homeless person but wondered […]

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A Nostalgic Moment by Scott MacDonald, @scottmacnotes, employee challenges
Apr 15

A Nostalgic Moment by Scott MacDonald

Economics

Thirty years later, and it had not changed. As I looked down the long corridor of the enclosed shopping mall in Colorado, there it was; just like I remembered it. Predominately orange and white store signage complemented by a blue and white picture of an upside-down ice cream cup. Everyone Starts Somewhere  Three decades earlier, […]

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Of Genes Left Out and Such by Molly MacDonald via @scottmacnotes
Nov 12

Of Genes Left Out and Such by Molly MacDonald

Ink Spots

With another Halloween behind us, I will confess I never much liked the spooky celebration. Even as a child, I wasn’t crazy about it. Trailing up to the neighbors’ doors, wearing a sheet over my head and holding out a sack for treats just didn’t seem like a fun way to spend a cold (always), […]

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