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Today, my daughter is a high-school graduate. To the rest of the world, I can Jeff Peyton Don’t be fooled by Jeff’s accomplishments in communications, crisis and business management. He also wing-walked on an airplane at 700 feet, co-piloted the Goodyear Blimp and swam with sharks – and still managed to obtain paperwork officially declaring him “legally sane.” Really.

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Survivor Guilt, according to Wikipedia, occurs when a person perceives themselves to have done wrong by surviving a traumatic event when others did not. Technically, it’s not its own thing, but rather a symptom of PTSD.   Jeff Peyton Don’t be fooled by Jeff’s accomplishments in communications, crisis and business management. He also wing-walked on an airplane at 700 feet, co-piloted the …

Extra helping of holiday cheer

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Here’s an extra helping of holiday cheer – from all of us at Tin Cans Unlimited to all of you. MERRY CHRISTMAS! Jeff Peyton Don’t be fooled by Jeff’s accomplishments in communications, crisis and business management. He also wing-walked on an airplane at 700 feet, co-piloted the Goodyear Blimp and swam with sharks – and still managed to obtain paperwork …

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Veterans know that if you ask the question “Are you Prior Service” and the response is “What’s that?” then the answer is “No.” I was asked by a fellow vet and I responded “Yes.  U.S. Army Engineer.”   My new lifelong friend asked, “Were you a build [stuff] Engineer, or a blow [stuff] up Engineer?” I was in fact, technically, …

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Jeff: A new favorite hobby of mine is talking with (well, listening to) sales people as they pedal their wares. It makes for fascinating observations. Jeff Peyton Don’t be fooled by Jeff’s accomplishments in communications, crisis and business management. He also wing-walked on an airplane at 700 feet, co-piloted the Goodyear Blimp and swam with sharks – and still managed …