Quought for the Day #51 – Scot Herrick

Scot Herrick is a highly experienced business professional with unique leadership and analytical abilities. Working in Fortune 100 companies for his 30+ years in business, he has been an individual contributor, road warrior, and manager of teams focusing his career on project and process management.

Scot publishes two blogs: Cube Rules, focusing on Career Management for Cubicle Warriors; and, Ten Keyboards, sharing how technology can help writers.

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Scot’s Quought for the Day is:

“If you were given fifteen minutes to evacuate from your home (or business) and could take anything with you, what would you take?”

Scot’s note accompanying the Quought (at the time he sent it):
I live in Seattle-land and we’ve had a rough week with the trees down from our windstorm. I personally was without power for five days (Tuesday night the power came back on…) and there are still over 100,000 without power out here.

But, inspired by the storm and what little we have gone through because of it, I have the one question that, if answered, would give me a lot of piece of mind going into 2007.

Related Links:
1. Blog 1: Cube Rules
2. Blog 2: Ten Keyboards

Quought = Question that provokes thought. Questions are important. Thinking is important. Questions that make you think are very important!

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