Monthly Archives: July 2007

SDSVP Goals for next 12 months

Below is my second submission to the SDSVP electronic newsletter. I am asking for input on goals for the organization. My hope is to get input from a wide cross section of Partners. My fear is that I will not … Continue reading

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Violence in La Jolla

In the early morning hours of May 25, four young men barely out of high school beat to death a neighbor of mine named Emery Kananui, age 24. Emery lived with his mom just around the corner from my home. … Continue reading

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Why I Joined Vistage?

Why did I join Vistage back in 1991? That is an easy question to answer. I was a software engineer since companies paid me to program their computers. I was a CEO because I filed some documents with the State … Continue reading

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SDSVP Endowment

This is a brief article I submitted for the SDSVP newsletter. I am a huge believer in endowments. I think that if a non-profit can build an endowment to cover the overhead necessary to run the organization, it allows for … Continue reading

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My First Ironman

November 9, 2002 – I was incredibly blessed in everything revolving around doing the Florida Ironman in Panama City Beach. One of the most unusual blessings was the 3 massage therapists who stayed at the ocean front condo we stayed … Continue reading

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Ironman Training Log July 2007

July 1, 2007 – Biked from Solana Beach to San Clemente (40 miles) and took train back. July 2, 2007 – Swam 50 minutes at Masters. 60 minutes of Pilates. July 3, 2007 – Biked 90 minutes on La Jolla … Continue reading

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