“Don’t blink,” my cousin whispered to me during our family reunion at Thanksgiving. In this case, she was referring to the fleetingness of childhood, as we watched her now-6-foot-tall son, soon to graduate from high school and leave for college, adeptly mingle with his relatives. I’m sure we can all relate. Whether we’re shepherding children or businesses — or both — in the course of our busy days, the years fly by. This year has been no exception. ...

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