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The Company Philosophy Page that Blew Me Away

Every company tries to make itself sound different and meaningful. Most fail miserably. Every once in a while, someone really gets it right. I found this company's core philosophy while researching for a client, and it blew my mind. From … Continue reading

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Savor the small stuff

The big things in life demand a bigger share of attention. That’s just the way it is. Life is a neverending parade of “big things” to deal with. We need to plan them, manage them, monitor them and, all too … Continue reading

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Breaking the Surface Tension of the Mind

We are all visionaries, but we can only see what we choose to look at. I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately. It’s been spread across the board, from creativity in advertising, to developments in consumer technology, to the … Continue reading

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2010: A Personal Odyssey

What can I say of the dearly departed 2010? Thousands of others have picked apart it's remains to create "Top 10" lists. By now we've got more than enough predictions for 2011, so I'd rather spend my time focusing on … Continue reading

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Reset, renewal and revival

Imagine waking up one morning to the realization that 70% of the things you have to think about every single day are no longer on your plate. At first the echoes of all of those tasks and lists and details … Continue reading

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