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Amplify Your Value – Publication Date Set!

OK, folks! Some shameless self-promotion here! My new book Amplify Your Value – Leading IT with Strategic Vision will be published on August 13th! The Kindle e-book version is available now for pre-order on Amazon.com. The paperback and audio versions will be available on the 13th! If you would like to place a bulk order for 10 […]

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Put me in coach

Today’s post is by my son, Brad Ton. On Father’s Day this year, Brad was asked to share his thought with the congregation at First Baptist Church (the church he grew up in) about his experience with First Baptist Athletics. For those not familiar with FBA, it is a youth sports program developed by First […]

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I DID Write a Book!

It is finished! Just a few short days ago I clicked send on an email submitting my manuscript to my editor. “Amplify Your Value – Leading IT with Strategic Vision” will be published in a few short weeks. Using stories from my time as a Chief Information Officer for Lauth Property Group and Goodwill Industries […]

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Jesus Christ Superstar – A Trip thru Time

  “What’s the buzz? Tell me what’s happening!” About the time the Original Cast album of Jesus Christ Superstar was released in 1970, I was moving from the small farming community of Lebanon, Indiana to Evansville, the third or fourth largest city in Indiana. Little did I know the opera by Tim Rice and Andrew […]

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Jesus Christ Superstar – A Trip thru Time

  “What’s the buzz? Tell me what’s happening!” About the time the Original Cast album of Jesus Christ Superstar was released in 1970, I was moving from the small farming community of Lebanon, Indiana to Evansville, the third or fourth largest city in Indiana. Little did I know the opera by Tim Rice and Andrew […]

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Sounds of Silence

They were a last minute Christmas gift…tickets to see Art Garfunkel. In fact, they were so last minute our seats were in the very last row, a row with only two seats, tucked way in the back of Orchestra Left. The concert was a month after Christmas. As it turned out, timing could not have […]

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The Land of Serendip Revisited

Once upon a time, in a land not so far away, lived a King, his three Princes and his one Princess, and their wonderful spouses and families. When we last visited the Land of Serendip, the Princes received a visit from an Angel, we now return, 18 short months later… The King of Serendip was […]

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When Tech and Politics Collide

When Tech and Politics Collide…and Why YOU Should Care   Let me get this out right now. This is not a political post. If you are an “R”, I am not going to try to move you left. If you are a “D”, I am not going to try to move you right. However, if […]

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Fare thee well, Hugh Hefner

September marked the passing of a cultural icon. Love him, or despise him, Hugh Hefner almost single handedly changed American society…and the lives of many adolescent boys! His passing sparked the memory of my first encounter with his magazine. I grew up in a small town. It was the 1960’s. Watch a rerun of “Leave […]

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The day the music died…Mark X. Hatfield

July 19, 2017: The day the music died. July 19th the world lost Mark X. Hatfield, and, yes, on July 19th…the music died. Mark as an organist. A church organist. He brought his gift to thousands around the world. Words cannot describe the majesty of his music. I urge you to listen to some of […]