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Close of Biz: The Little Things

by Liz Hunter
As the business world adjusts to new operating conditions, it’s given everyone an appreciation for the things we may take for granted.

This month, South Jersey executives share some of the small pleasures in life, from a reliable lunch spot to the office chatter they miss so much, these are the things we’re all striving to preserve.
What gadget can't you live without?
 Dan Posternock, Esq., Managing Shareholder/Litigation Practice Leader, Posternock Apell, PC
“My TV remote. I’m definitely a ‘flipper’ who watches many things at the same time. It was a great switch from changing channels manually.”
Daniel J. Caldwell, Chief Marketing Officer/Member, Stout & Caldwell Engineers, LLC
“Everyone is probably saying their cell phone. For me, it’s my guitar tuner. I am truly ‘out of tune’ or sync without it.”
Milton Corsey, Principal, The Kaizen Group
“It’s probably cliché but definitely my smartphone. Today more than ever, it keeps me connected—to people, the news, my business and yes, a quick game of solitaire, but don’t tell anyone.”
Amy Webb, President, Saratoga Benefit Services, LLC
“I can’t live without my cell phone.”
David Suleski, President, founder, #TECHSTARTERS
“Ironically, I turn technology off when I'm home with family. I can live without gadgets, but cannot live without my family. Family first.”
What is your favorite lunch spot during the week?
Dan Posternock, Esq.
There are so many great options here in Moorestown both downtown and in the mall area. As a resident and business owner in town, I can have a different favorite every day and support my neighbors.”
Daniel J. Caldwell
Hands down Due Amici in Cinnaminson. Not only is it five minutes from the office, but the food, people and atmosphere are great. I’ve never had a bad lunch (or dinner) there.”
Milton Corsey
“Panera. They offer so many great choices that are healthy and taste good.”
Amy Webb
“Maurizio’s on Main Street in Moorestown.”
David Suleski
“Moorestown Rotary Lunch with what feels like my second family of Rotarians, every Thursday at 12:15 at Moorestown Community House.”
What do you look forward to most about being back in the office?
Dan Posternock, Esq.
Spending time with our fun-loving team. I’ve worked with many of them for more than 10 years so we are like family and our newest staff fit right in.”
Daniel J. Caldwell
Connectivity and interaction. Yes, there is Zoom and other audio/video conferencing but it’s still not the same as personal face-to-face contact. It’s like listening to Simon & Garfunkel on the radio versus seeing them in concert.”
Milton Corsey
“I’d have to say a sense of normalcy and routine. Even if it is a ‘new’ new norm, it will be nice to interact with people in ways that seemed so regular at the time.”
Amy Webb
“Being more aware of what everyone else in the office is working on. Overhearing phone conversations lets me know if our clients are happy!”
David Suleski
“The day-to-day in-person; speaking with colleagues, hearing about their weekends, how their families are doing.”
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Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 10, Issue 4 (April 2020).

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