In the spirit of the holiday season and its meaning, I hope it will inspire you. This story was adapted from Charity: True Stories of Giving and Receiving and edited by Rosemerry Wahtola Trimmer. In the ‘ 40s and early ‘50s, the plaque of a smiling cat displayed in the window of a home meant …
This is a story adapted from Taking Care of Me by Mary Kay Mueller in Bits & Pieces. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. On Monday, Mack Stewart would be celebrating his 20th anniversary with the company. Members of his staff gathered over coffee one afternoon to brainstorm ways to commemorate …
I would like to share with everyone a story I stumbled across in Bits & Pieces by Rich Horwath. It is adapted from Deep Dive. Two boys, one 17 and other 10 spent their afternoons free-diving for oysters in hopes of finding ones that contained pearls. Like most of the men from their small coastal …
Money changes everything.
I’d like to share a little story that one of our clients recently shared with us. By the end of it, I think you see that sometimes a bird in the hand is NOT better than two in the bush.
As Diamond Cutters International heads towards a quarter century (sounds more impressive than 25 years), it’s important to take a moment to look back.
Today is Mother’s Day. Today is for the bravest person I have ever met who has been given the darkness in the light but has never let her light go out.
Yesterday’s diamond could only be a diamond—one that depreciated with time like a used car. Today’s fully bonded diamond is ready to be whatever you want it to be.
Temperature is an entropically defined quantity that effectively determines the number of thermodynamically accessible states of a system within an energy range.” Thanks Wikipedia; I think.
Life is short! Eat more chocolate!