Monthly Archives: October 2012

Weekly Musings: The Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy at Key Hyundai

Key Hyundai of Milford and many of our friends, employees and customers are still without power during the aftermath from Hurricane Sandy.  We are operating a command center out of our dealership in Manchester, Ct (Key Hyundai of Manchester), which … Continue reading

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Weekly Musings: The Importance of Cultural Fit at Key Hyundai

Dear Fellow Solution Providers Happy Early Halloween!  I’m busy each night working on a Katy Perry costume for my seven year old.  What are you or your kids going to be for Halloween?  At Halloween, we pretend to be something … Continue reading

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Weekly Musings: Isn’t Life’s Goal Happiness?

Dear Fellow Solution Providers, The Presidential Debate was last night.  I didn’t watch it because my daughter was in my bed with the stomach flu.  But, I was looking at Facebook and getting nauseous from all the hatred out there … Continue reading

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Weekly Musings: Don’t Wait Until [fill in the blank] Happens

I write a weekly letter to our employees at Key Hyundai of Manchester and Key Hyundai of Milford.  It goes in their paychecks every Friday.  Our misison at Key Hyundai is that we are solution providers and not product pushers … Continue reading

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My Journey to Haiti: Re-entry into First World Life

It is good to be home.  I mean, really good!  A lot of people have asked me if it was more or less difficult than I imagined.  The conditions in Haiti are significantly worse that I imagined.  I’m just not … Continue reading

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Day 7: “Life is a Cabaret” (except in Haiti)

  We went to Cabaret today. While the name sounds lively and upbeat, it is unfortunately not.  It’s a village in a banana plantation about 20 miles North of Port-au-Prince. There is actually an old water wheel there that dates back … Continue reading

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