Month: December 2015

Go The Extra Inch

“Raise your hand as high as you can,” challenged bestselling author Seth Godin from the stage. Over a thousand hands shot into the air, fingers stretched to the ceiling. Then Godin prodded, “Now raise your hands one more inch.” With giggles, outstretched arms extended higher in perfect unison.  The extra inch was achieved with no injuries reported. […]

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Your Single Best Investment for 2016

As the New Year approaches, many organizations and individuals are deep in planning mode. Where will you make your bets to drive the best possible outcomes? What investments will hit pay dirt in the coming months and years? Of course, there is great debate on which investments are ideal. TV pundits scream stock tips into […]

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Hittin’ the Woodshed

Charlie “Yardbird” Parker transformed himself from decent professional saxophone player into one of the most influential jazz musicians of the last 100 years.  The change happened during a 10-month period, when Parker essentially dropped out of the scene and worked deeply on his craft. By fully immersing himself in an environment that pushed his mastery, he […]

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