Beyond Human Capacity By Michael Hotchkiss The elevator eased to a stop at ST6. Subterranean Level floors were not shown on the directory plaque in the expansive lobby of EnSidio Corp, 25 meters above. An orange glow radiated through the gap of opening doors like a vertical sunrise. There were no door numbers or labels … More Beyond Human Capacity
This is a story I submitted to a writing contest. The writing prompt was “Fall” and “Love”. I’m pretty sure I nailed the theme.
This is Part 1 of The Rescue which is a continuation of San Pietro Rose posted previously in this blog. Parts 2 and 3 of the Rescue to follow in the coming weeks.
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While typically posting Sales Career oriented topics, I believe this compilation contains wisdom when dealing with people under any circumstance. 1. Figure out a better way to do things before you do them, not after 2. More information is always better 3. Listen, don’t hear 4. Be proactive, not reactive 5. Details matter
Mike’s Write Kickoff! … More Mike’s Write
by Michael Hotchkiss The 6:43 am Metro North train pulled into Stratford station, predictably, four minutes late. The train had left its origin from New Haven at 6:21. How it lost four minutes with only two stops baffled and agitated me more than usual. It also was a shitty day for June. My mood was … More Earbuds, iPhones & Sheep
Photo from Ralph Hotchkiss Archives. General Mark Clark of the 5th Army addressing the 36th Division, Dec. 1943 This is part 3 of a historical non-fiction short story. It is based on song lyrics written by Major Frank Pellegrin about a doughfoot named Joe Maloney who meets an Italian girl named Rose after the US … More San Pietro Rose – Part 3