Monthly Archives: June 2011

You Can’t Eat On Facebook – 3 Timeless Fundamentals from Never Eat Alone

Tweet You know it’s a good book when you dog ear the last page. That’s what I did with Never Eat Alone, by Keith Ferrazzi. I did it for this quote: …you can’t do it alone. We are all in this together. … Continue reading

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Reinventing Education (More Opposite Thinking)

Tweet Consider your schooling for a minute. What if you had lectures for home work and exercises for class time? What if you could have spent more one on one time with your teacher to help you really grasp the … Continue reading

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Opposite thinking

Tweet Look hard at how your industry works now. Then see what might happen if you do the opposite. If you were looking at the web design industry, the exercise might start [and I mean start – you could definitely … Continue reading

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Be grateful. Life’s a Black Swan.

Tweet One of the things that I’ve enjoyed most about being in business has been the exposure to new ways of thinking and a whole new genre of books. The Black Swan, by Nassim Nicholas Taleb, is a book that has … Continue reading

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