The Covid 19 pandemic has caused many of us to slow down, as much of our work is contingent upon traveling hither and yon, spending time with people individually or in small or large group settings.  I've tried to use that time to reminisce a bit, thinking back on my 62 years about the people and events that have formed me.  I am sure all of us can assemble a tapestry of faces and names of those who have shaped and formed us.  Some taught us how to not to behave, while others taught us precisely how to behave in as their lives were deeply compelling.  My first boss, Wynn Lembright, was one such man, (though, knowing Wynn, I am virtually certain he is uncomfortable being thought of as an example!)  In this 6 minute podcast, I recount just one formative experience I had in Wynn's office when I was all of 24 years old.  It happened on the day I told Wynn that he should fire me!  


Interested? To learn 'the rest of the story' just go to the 'TASTM Podcast' tab on our web site (  and listen to 'Wisdom from Wynn.'  


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Be wise and well,


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