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I am often contacted by perspective clients who tell me that they have tried clicker training and "it didn't work." Hummmm. If we take a closer look at the science behind this method of training it will become clear that it does work, it works … more
When I was a young man I thought I was relatively adept at dabbling with simple mechanical things.I remember removing the heads on my two-stroke Bridgestone 175 and cleaning the carbon off the top of the pistons. I would change the oil, clean and … more
With the daily chaos raining down on the nation from the Trump White House, the 2017 Legislature had to add to the work focused on Vermonters, with a Trump Protection Plan. Unfortunately, though, that chaos started to leak into the Vermont scene at … more
Shortly after Gov. Phil Scott took office, I published an editorial praising our new chief executive. With Scott, unlike our president, I believed we could focus policy prescriptions and gear up for battles over ideas not ideologies grounded in half … more
The individual and collective psyches of too many of us have been subjected to a constant barrage these past few months, a barrage of White House bullets that is wearing us down. As much as we try to ignore the almost hourly news flashes of yet … more
A major scamming effort is underway targeting Medicare recipients and those eligible for services. The attack is being mounted on three fronts — mail, phone, and internet and includes multiple tactics. Why are con artists attracted? Medicare … more
Having lived in Venezuela for 10 years during my late teens, I've always thought and felt I was Venezuelan. I finished high school there and went to college there. These were professionally and emotionally formative years for me, so they contributed … more
I just got back from the Middle East and boy are my arms tired.The next person that tells me that people with a lot of money are smart because they were able to make all that money or the next person that tells me a college education makes you … more
The sudden political struggle over health insurance for unionized teachers isn't over but some useful lessons are emerging.This struggle was triggered by a provision of ObamaCare called "the Cadillac tax". Starting in 2018, plans with premiums of … more
The 2017 Legislative Session continued this past week because of a difference of opinion between the Legislature and the Scott Administration on public school employees' health care. At the very end of the Session, the governor announced that he … more
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