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  1. A New Year, A New Yesterday by Kris Harty
    Yesterday was what it was. Or was it? If your memory is like mine, I can’t remember where I parked my car an hour ago. How can I possibly think that my memories from a year ago – or a decade ago – are accurate? Next question: How much weight do memories of past events color your presen...
  2. The In ‘N Outpatient by Kris Harty
    “I’m a band-aid ripper-offer.” “And what does that mean?” I asked Pamela, my book’s editor, over coffee last week. “It means I’m decisive. I make a decision, quickly, and then dive in and put plans in place to make the decision happen. I’m not much on looking back and second-guessi...
  3. The In ‘N Outpatient by Kris Harty
    “What’s the oldest you’ve ever been?” A fair question, although it may be obvious chronologically. Personally, I can’t attest to having lived or acted my physical age. Many would agree. Mentally, I don’t feel it. My friend and speaker colleague Bob mentioned a funny age-ism recently. Bob...
  4. The In ‘N Outpatient by Kris Harty
    “Maybe I’m an exception to the ‘rolling stone gathers no moss’ adage.” I’m feeling pretty darn moss-covered myself some days, especially when work and life seem to be rolling downhill. It’s overwhelming at times. It happens far more often than I’d like. Needless to say, I’m a mite...
  5. The In ‘N Outpatient by Kris Harty
    “I can’t do this anymore.” “What?? You have to keep going. You can’t quit. You’re needed. You’re fantastic at what you do.” “No, it’s too hard. I’m exhausted. There’s too much to do and never enough time. I’m fighting on every front and I have no more fight left. I’m tir...
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