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Career Lessons I Learned from My Dog, Einstein

At the risk of losing credibility, my doggie has taught me more I’ve learned in some classes. Read More

Still laughing about the kisses and the undies

I live about two thousand miles away from my daughter, son-in-law, and grandkids. On my rare visits, they all seem pleased to see me, greet me warmly. But their dog, Pepper, runs the perimeter of the kitchen, family room, and living room (the entire ground-level, less a bathroom) non-stop, at what looks to be about 15 MPH. At the end of several go-rounds, she sits by me and licks me all over, with sloppy black-Lab kisses.

As noted, the family seems pleased to see me. With Pepper, there’s absolutely no doubt.

Thanks for so many chuckles along the way.

dogs and other familiy members

Currently at risk of yet another family "issue," it's comforting to know that you can count on a doggie.

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Marty Nemko is a career and personal coach based in Oakland, Ca. and the author of 7 books. 

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