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How Do You Play the Woman’s Card When the Deck Is Stacked Against You?

(By Pam Selker Rak) Don’t worry. I’m not going to blog about the election; but I will say that some of the things I’ve heard over the past 18 months have made my hair stand on-end. But one, in particular, really caught my ire: “She’s always playing the woman’s card.” I love to play cards;… conintue reading.

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How Do You Play the Woman’s Card When the Deck Is Stacked Against You? (By Pam Selker Rak)

Don’t worry. I’m not going to blog about the election; but I will say that some of the things I’ve heard over the past 18 months have made my hair stand on-end. But one, in particular, really caught my ire: “She’s always playing the woman’s card.” I love to play cards; in fact, we Selkers… conintue reading.

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It Takes a Village (By Pam Selker Rak)

I recently spent a couple of days at Annandale Village, shooting a video for a client. And I haven’t been the same since. I find myself thinking about the people I met there, and smiling. A lot. Annandale Village is a very special place. It serves adults with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries. But… conintue reading.

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Something Special In the Air? I Beg To Differ (By Pam Selker Rak)

One of my all-time favorite movies is, “Planes, Trains & Automobiles.” But never in a million years did I ever think I’d actually experience a few of those scenes first-hand. Oh but I did. And I’m sad to say that it happened with the airline that I’ve logged over 250,000 miles with as a Priority… conintue reading.

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Head in the Clouds (By Pam Selker Rak)

I travel a lot for business. My clients are dispersed all over the country so it seems that I’m always in an airplane – with my head in the clouds – going from east to west and north to south. For work, it’s necessary and, I’ll even admit that, sometimes, it can be draining. Someday,… conintue reading.