Adam Gregorin's Insights Blog

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Recognizing Addiction’s Motives

The capitalistic society of the United States runs on consumers buying things that they do not need. To get us to buy these things or to spend our money in this way, things are...

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Wisdom Leads To Security

I’m not sure the first time that I realized that something that was obvious to me was something that someone else may not have thought of, but it related to my experience as a...

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Nothing Worse than Endless Meetings

Solomon was way ahead of his time. In Proverbs 14 we come to the following truth: There is profit in all hard work,but endless talk leads only to poverty. Proverbs 14:23 We’ve all been...

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Doing Too Many Things Poorly

There’s an expression that I’ve heard and used many times “Jack of All Trades, Master of None” and in today’s society, it seems that this would fit most people– myself included. The gig economy...

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The Coral Killer – By Anna Travis

A breakup. A rejected delivery. A murder. Add a deadly coral snake at the crime scene and Ruby’s day couldn’t get much worse. Used to the calm life near the Sandy Turtle Cove, Ruby...

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A Culture of Individuality

If I were to choose something that is unique to the American culture as compared to other cultures, I would have to say that it’s that we are extremely individualistic. By this I mean...

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If Only Someone Else Would Do the Debugging

There are a lot of adages regarding work to be done that go something like this: 20% of the people do 80% of the work. This is because the character trait of diligence is...

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Knowing What You’re Asking For

As I grow older, I’m convinced that some degree of wisdom is just knowing when something doesn’t make sense– a growth of the common-sense muscle that you were born with. This is especially helpful...

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Finding and Fixing Your Own Problems Before Release

I’m sure that every line of code that you have ever written always works correctly the first time you hit compile. I’m sure that you’ve never had a bug report from the field, and...