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Tag Archives: perception
Folks, Another week, another audiobook collecting dust. I just finished David Shenk’s The Genius in All of Us. Great book with lots of data and case studies. Also very uplifting for folks to know that genius is not something you’re … Continue reading
Folks, I wanted to take this moment to wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. I hope this blog entry finds you and your family in good health and good spirits. 2011 has been a great one and it … Continue reading
It’s looking to be another hectic week so I decided to write this on a quiet Sunday night. As you’re probably aware, I inspire myself from my day-to-day and this post is no different! I was recently part of a … Continue reading
Continuing on a recent theme of appearances, it always makes me laugh how I get treated differently when I’m suited up than when I’m wearing shorts and a t-shirt or some Lulu’s. When I walk into a store in proper attire, … Continue reading
I get that question a lot whenever I meet someone new. I’m sure you get it too. It must be that people love to label folks rather quickly. I usually say I do a lot of things. At the root … Continue reading
The more I think (and read) about it, the answer is yes if you ask me. You mean countless people every month unless you’re living in your Mom’s basement and you never come out. And whether you like it or not, … Continue reading