By John Sciacca August 21, 2013
Back when I was a golf professional, I gave lessons to people with a
variety of skill levels—single-digit handicappers, beginners, kids, high
handicappers. And as much as I enjoyed collecting the money for the
lesson—and believe me, I did—I truly wanted each student to come away
from the 30-minute session with some tip or swing thought that would
help their game.
By John Sciacca August 13, 2013
You can have a terrific business, establish a wonderful environment for
employees to flourish and grow and feel respected, offer terrific pay
and benefits, and be the kind of “World’s Best Boss” that would put The
Office’s Michael Scott to shame, and there can still come a time that an
employee might leave your family.
By John Sciacca August 06, 2013
If you’ve ever picked up an audio mag or perused an Internet forum that
discusses electronica, then you’ll know that in nearly every case,
music must go through some transformation before it gets from the
speakers to those wonderful audio receptors on the sides of your head.
That transformation is from digital to analog, and it is a very
important, mysterious process, involving wizards with grizzled beards
and rainbow-tailed unicorns and is done in a device called a DAC, a