Category Archives: redundant mediocrity

(#103) Someone Will Help You—I Guess


#103 Big box stores were out hustled and out managed  by a small operation that was happy to see me and quick to provide a service. Back in October of 2011, I wrote the following words on this blog: Have … Continue reading

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(#74) Redundant Mediocrity


Nowadays, the bar has been set so very low for what passes as “excellent” that we may have forgotten what true excellence really is. In past blog posts I have written about the importance of an attitude of gratitude (https://stevepiscitelli.wordpress.com/category/gratitude/).  There … Continue reading

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