Dec 27, 2018
Morton: "At 80, I have fewer opinions."
John: "New activity, pickle ball."
Morton: "Gerrymandering threatens our society."
John: "Board service expands horizons."
Morton: "Too many choices."
John: "New song: The Amazon Wagon is a comin."
And: We like each...
Dec 19, 2018
The Indiana Forest Alliance wants to preserve these natural assets while gaining for our state the highest possible revenues from harvested trees.
Rae Schnapp, Ph.D., a lifetime student of rivers, forests, and the outdoors in general, describes these efforts as well as how net profits of tree sales are overstated...
Dec 13, 2018
Pete Dunn was a financial adviser before graduating from Hanover, having earned his Series 7 stock brokers license. He made money day trading while entertaining as a stand up comedian.
Pete's work, the best John has known. is syndicated in many Gannett newspapers, and through a personal blog, podcast, and You Tube...
Dec 5, 2018
"Match Support Specialist" Rodney Ferguson (now known as "Senior Mentoring Relationship Specialist") has been creating and nurturing relationships since 2013.
How does a volunteer "Big" meet a "Little?" That topic plus other information about Big Brothers, Big Sisters, of Central Indiana, is well covered in Rodney's...
Nov 28, 2018
Farmer, trade group leader, development expert, consultant about servant leadership, Phil Anderson reflects on opportunities found in small Indiana towns. (He has visited all of them. Yes. All!)
Phil's firm is Re Think, Doing Outside the Box. "Constant persuasion mode," "followers chose leaders; we only can decide...