Commentary by management consultant Michael Wade on Leadership, Ethics, Management, and Life
I was taken by the picture at the top of the article. During the 1970s, a high school friend of mine went to Hampshire College, and I visited him there several times. The building in the photo doesn't look familiar, but the hills in the background do; we used to hike (and camp - probably illegally, but I'm not sure) in those hills. One of the hills had a fire tower on it, and I remember climbing it on a cool autumn morning just before dawn when the Connecticut Valley below us was filled with fog. Funny how images can jog your memory ...
Steve,I think it was Shelley Berman who once mentioned how certain terms, such as skate key, can evoke a flow of memories. The same certainly applies to pictures.And notice how you remember it: cool autumn morning.You even recall the temperature!Michael
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