Author: Connor Murphy

Trump’s Best Move

Read Grace’s Letter   Dear Grace You’re totally correct: You coach employees to success, and, failing that, then you move toward employment separation. However, there are a lot of situations that will get you fired right off the bat. Just ask the United Airlines security guards. Also, it makes a difference what position the employee is holding. We’re comparing apples and oranges. We’re talking about some of the most important positions in the world here and not one that requires asking the customer if they want fries with that. These top positions should have nearly a zero tolerance for...

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Allies Threaten to Withhold Info

Read Grace’s Letter   Dear Grace, You raise a lot of good questions, but I’m confident the public will never find out what really went on or whether the Russians influenced the election at all. These accusations have been flying around for months, yet nobody seems to know how the Russians would have accomplished this alleged election tampering. Will someone take the fall? Likely, but so far I haven’t really seen any hard evidence of any crime being committed. So far, it’s just been a bunch of accusations. Sure, Trump can say whatever he wants to whomever he wants,...

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Immigration and Forced Change

Read Grace’s Letter   Dear Grace, Sorry, I concede the penalty for mentioning the “R” country. I don’t think it’s going away anytime soon, so there will be plenty of time to discuss this topic at a later date. However, I believe everything is connected, so I think you’ll find that more than one topic will be creeping into our correspondence on a regular basis. Here’s the thing about change. Everybody wants it, but nobody actually wants to be the one doing the changing. Most people find comfort in routine, so change is scary to many. They want it,...

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Trump Flounders

Read Grace’s Letter   Dear Grace, Glad to hear you’re doing well also. I love the imagery you provided with your fish bowl. But watch out for those pesky sharks when they start searching for their next meal. I used to think Trump swam with those sharks, but, now, I’m not so sure. I think those sharks smell blood in the water with this Russia situation. This time, I don’t think any media distraction is going to work — you know, where Trump dangles some shiny object as he desperately flounders and tries to deflect attention away from what...

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Turmoil in the U.S. Threats of Communism

Read Grace’s Letter   Dear Grace, Yes, it’s been too long since we last communicated. I hope this finds you well, also. I’m doing well, just like most of Canada, with our noses pressed up to the glass and looking south of the border, waiting in eager anticipation to see what will happen next. If there is one thing left for me to believe in, it’s that every opinion matters. Yes, we did get into some heated discussions, but there were never any bad feelings. We can both be passionate in our opinions, but it’s the difference of opinions...

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