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Thank you for taking a peek at this website. If this is your first visit, I do hope it will not be your last!
As the years have gone by, I have come to embrace the belief that our lives consist of a personal journey through time, places, circumstances and varying commitments. Sometimes that journey proceeds along a path clearly seen, planned and expected, yet at other times it proves to be one that we might never have imagined. That journey has given me what I refer to as my PhD… in hindsight!
My hope is that this website will offer my visitors a place for information which might be of assistance to them, as well as a location where popular lines of thought might be examined in novel ways.
Erwin Schrodinger, (a Nobel Prize-winning Austrian-Irish physicist) offered an important concept when he said…. “The task is not so much to see what no one has yet seen, but to think what nobody has yet thought, about that which everybody sees.”
As my journey continues, I am much affected by the theme advance by David Brooks in his 2019 book “The Second Mountain”, when he reflects on the distinctly different chapters in one’s life and the change of focus which occurs along the way. Having retired from 43 years dedicated to real estate law and mortgage work, there is no doubt that my focus has moved toward that “Second Mountain”.
On the “Resume” page of this site, I have set forth the ‘usual stuff’ that appears in the C.V., which largely consists of educational background and professional endeavors of one sort or another. Such things might be of greater significance for someone who would like to engage my services through Real Estate Consulting, Expert Witness, Coaching and Advising, or a mentor. However, I have also chosen to include some information on my background in life, from whence I came, and the essence of what I bring to all my endeavors. My intent is to offer you a glimpse of who I am, rather than just what I have done. My Personal Blog will be a source of musings for alternate perspectives on well known and not so well-known issues.
Thank you for being here.