Kerrying OnAuthor: Kerry Patterson
24 Jun 2017

Kerrying On

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Free podcast of Kerry Patterson’s “Kerrying On” column published in the weekly “Crucial Skills Newsletter” (crucialskills.com). Communication expert and four-time New York Times bestselling author, Kerry Patterson, takes readers through his varied life experiences and draws insightful analogies to illustrate some of life's most poignant lessons. Be enlightened and entertained as Kerry Patterson shares his vision, experience, and advice about how people communicate in ways that are insightful and fun.

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    Imagine

    As a boy growing up in the 50s and 60s, I faced threats from all sorts of juvenile delinquents, “hoods,” and other shifty teenagers we now call bullies. Modern experts suggest that mid-century hoodlums were unhappy with their lives and consequently determined to bring a balance to the universe.

  • Posted on 28 Jun 2017

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    A Memorial Day Message

    On December first, 1969, my wife and I sat glued to the radio. What event had us so interested? The reading of calendar dates. The radio announcer who had our attention was drawing pill-shaped capsules from a large, glass vessel.

  • Posted on 24 May 2017

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    Space: The Final Frontier

    Now that I’m retired and have time on my hands, I’ve decided to work on something I’ve been avoiding for years—old photos. I’m going to sift through dozens of shoe boxes, envelopes, and albums, and not only organize the photos contained therein, but also scan the pictures as a means of transforming them into digital files.

  • Posted on 26 Apr 2017

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    You’re Gonna Be Popular

    After a fifty-year absence in my life, a word that once filled me with fear and loathing found its way back into my world. It arrived one day, quite by accident, when my granddaughter Kylee was talking to her sister Kelsee about a classmate.

  • Posted on 29 Mar 2017

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    The Wide World of Noonan’s Grocery

    The other day, as I drove my fourteen-year-old grandson, Nate, to a local theater-in-the-round to watch a live performance of To Kill a Mockingbird, he stopped texting a friend for just long enough to learn that not only had I seen the play before, but I had also read the book and watched the movie.

  • Posted on 25 Jan 2017

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