Life’s Twists & Unexpected Turns

A slight hiccup in our weekly blogs this week.

Our Weekly Blogs

There is a saying that goes around, “Man makes plans, but God laughs.” If you have not heard that, then I can tell you it is 100% true.  Last week as I was sitting, writing my blog for the week, and reviewing my thoughts that I wanted to share with you; everything was great as I continued to plan for the week. However, as I sit here today (one week later) recovering from emergency gallbladder surgery, I have a new perspective. It made me think of my readers. The thought that one day you are sitting at your desk, and then suddenly for one reason or another, the next you are not. Whether you planned it or not. Maybe you got caught up in a reduction in force or any other reason. As many of you know, I write these weekly blogs myself. They are based on experiences that happened during the previous week. Since I was unable to work during recovery, I do not have any experiences this week that I wish to share.  I know you do not want to hear about my awful pain for over 72 hours straight, etc. So, I beg your indulgence and look forward to sharing my thoughts next week as I continue to heal and get stronger. 


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About Harlan Friedman, JD & Founding Member, H. Friedman Search LLC. Harlan is a thirty-year veteran Public Finance Banker turned recruiter who specializes in the placement of all levels Public Finance Bankers, Healthcare Bankers, Municipal Financial Advisors, Compliance Officers, Issuers, and Bond Counsels. 

One Comment

  1. Bob Poswalk

    Hoping for a speedy recovery. We enjoy your blogs and articles.

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