BRYCE ON LIFE And take nothing for granted. Christmas is rapidly approaching and if 2016 taught me anything, it is to enjoy every moment. I had a doctor friend pass away a couple of months ago. At 65 years old, he appeared to be in the pink of health, but was suddenly struck down by Leukemia and … [Read more...] about Enjoy Every Moment
Or is it just isolated incidents? BRYCE ON SOCIETY When did cheating become an acceptable form of behavior? Did I miss the memo? According to the Educational Testing Service (ETS) and the Ad Council, "73% of all test takers, including prospective graduate students and teachers agree that most … [Read more...] about Has Cheating Reached Epic Proportions?
BRYCE ON SOCIETY - We've done management, systems, and project management, now how about Life? We introduced the concept of "Bryce's Laws" back in the 1970's as a means to explain our concepts of systems, data base management, and project management. Over the years though, we introduced … [Read more...] about Bryce’s Laws on Life
BRYCE ON CHANGE Were the good old days really better? As we grow older, we tend to get aggravated by the complexities of the world and yearn for simpler times. You suddenly recognize the complications caused by technology, overcrowding, government bureaucracy, and changes in moral values, … [Read more...] about A Simpler Time
Do we ever truly escape our work environment? BRYCE ON LIFE I think Americans have a problem taking vacations. Although most of us feel lucky to take a week off or a few days here and there, it's rare for Americans to take vacations like our European or Australian counterparts who may take as much … [Read more...] about American Vacations
If anything in life is constant, it is change. - Bryce's Law Like so many of you, I am often mystified as to why there is so much trouble in the middle East. We could easily blame it on religious fanaticism, be it Christian, Jewish, or Muslim. Perhaps. But I tend to believe it can primarily be … [Read more...] about Why we resist change
Originally published under AudVideTace The actuarial tables and my aching joints proclaim insistently that I have reached middle age, a notification that few receive gratefully and I am no exception. Apart from the aches and pains of life which suddenly and mysteriously appear like a thief in … [Read more...] about Upon Attaining Middle Age: Wilmhurst, Masonry and the Man-Boat