A Dog, a Cat and a Common Cold

A final summer shorty…or a Dog Day Barker…no offense to the canines…

What makes up a team of players?
What comprises a group of friends?
What encompasses a well-staffed business engagement?
And what does the typical family look like? I ask those questions and end with the family, because in some ways, the family—as a unit of calibration—is the microcosm or macrocosm (depends on your point of view) against which many, if not all, nuclear/extended clusters of humans are measured against.

And what makes up any of the above?

Is it all homogenous? Are we all the same? Is everyone a star? Are the competition all losers?

What is the truth? And more importantly, what can we learn to leverage?

Think on this:

A family is a unit composed not only of children but of men, women, an occasional animal, and the common cold.
– Ogden Nash

And there you have it. And may I add, pay close attention to the animals and the common cold—they are way more prevalent than we’d like to think, and do in fact make us all unique…

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