Monthly Archives: June, 2016

After much hate, and much love (There is no grey area) Lebron James has done what no one thought was possible. He brought a championship back to Cleveland! Since He first entered the league Lebron has had a ridiculous amount of scrutiny put on him. He came through and set the league on fire with his greatness. Even that wasn’t enough. Lebron stepped it up even more and actually got a Cavaliers team to the finals in 2007 (even though they got swept) with virtually no one on that team. People Lebron was so good that he made Mo Williams…

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I was an avid gamer growing up. E3 was definitely the time of year that I looked forward to learning about the new games that will be released. Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo and other software companies would display some of their best work to get you excited and ready for the new wave of games to hit you the coming holiday season or spring of the following year. This year, we have a couple of rumors to look forward to. We know that Sony will be releasing a more powerful version of the PS4 for VR. It won’t make an appearance…

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Recently I just reached a five year milestone with my company. I figured this would be a suitable time to reflect on that journey. I believe sometimes the best advice and insight you can give someone is just sharing your story. Fresh out of college at twenty-two, I started my job working at the bank the Monday after my graduation. I was excited just to have a job, let alone one in my field. This first job provided me with some professional structure, experience to platform from, and discernment about my career desires. Appropriate dress attire, scheduling meetings, e-mail etiquette,…

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This morning I read two articles on my way to work. To me they really set a picture of how far we have progressed as a nation, but still how we have so much further to go. I’ll start with the one that was most heart wrenching. A young woman physically assaulted and violated at Stanford University. You can read her emotional, moving, response to the situation in this article. I read all 7,244 words, you should too. https://www.buzzfeed.com/katiejmbaker/heres-the-powerful-letter-the-stanford-victim-read-to-her-ra?utm_term=.ykLJXw9kJ#.vlZ3gXNp3 A jury found her attacker guilty of three counts of felony sexual assault and was sentenced to…six months in jail. No,…

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