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You Only Get One Chance To Fail…

September 18, 2011 0 Comments

I met a friend’s husband a while back and we got to talking. Through the discussion, we started talking about success and failure… a passionate topic for me. As we discussed our views, he made an outstanding comment that has a lot of interesting truth in it. He said, “You only have one chance to […]

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Leadership – Be Smart and Speak Up

May 30, 2011 0 Comments

Think of those people who naturally lead. Think of the last time that you were in a group… even just a group of people at a convention around a table who were given a task. You can picture the 5 or 6 people around the table starting to discuss the problem they’ve been given. Inevitably, […]

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Creativity and Pirate Marshmallows

March 3, 2011 0 Comments

Artists are expected to have creativity.  And, so many times, artists come up with truly inspiring,  or even just plan fun, creations.  Even with only a few household items, in the hands of someone creative, they can help to create a story.  As many of you know, my family and I are going to be sailing […]

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Perception, Branding and Authenticity

January 15, 2011 0 Comments

One, they involve an area that I love, “perception”.  Here’s an example of the ad that show’s how we can all perceive things differently.  It’s wonderfully different and makes a point. Second, they struck out and started to use an area that was previously unused.  And, now they “own” that space.  We all think of […]

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Classical Perception & The Washington Post

September 29, 2009 0 Comments

I got a mass email today, and guess what… it was actually not a myth, hoax, joke, spam, or phishing email.  It was a true story that was staged by The Washington Post.  It’s a great story about perceptions.  Take a moment to read and then reflect on what this means for you.  The following […]

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