As with all natural phenomena Dennis says when it comes to the economy, what goes up will come down and vice versa.
By Dennis Henderson
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July 20, 2004. Early in my career, I received sage advice from a senior faculty member ? really my mentor before mentoring became a standard part of on-the-job training for young university professors. I was advised to bear in mind, when it comes to economic trends, the worm always turns.
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I?m sure all of us look back on our lives and wonder? ? had I taken that opportunity, or listened to that advice ? where might that road have led? What would I be today? What would I be doing today?
I think about this every so often when I happen upon a talk show on television. And I look at the host. Ah, folks, that could have been me. As Marlon Brando said so well, I could have been a contender.
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I think my first up-close and personal meeting with Ren Brown was a classic moment, the first, thankfully, of many I would have with him. It was about nine years ago and I was eeking out a living as a freelance journalist. I had been assigned to write a profile of Wilmington's arts scene and visit with Ren Brown at St. John's Museum of Art was, of course, compulsory.