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Future of Vehicle Navigation

Surely, most of us whom have taken road trips in the past decade have come to rely on portable GPS devices.  These devices have come a long way, but are still limited by their physical materials.   Personally, it took some time to get accustomed to having a part of my windshield real estate blocked out […]

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Congratulations, Your Meeting is No Longer Boring!

  Here’s a list I cobbled together about refreshing the way meetings are run. Maybe this will help your team find new ways to be productive and present. Perhaps laptops will actually close. Hopefully eyes won’t. And your employees will not only be engaged but will look forward to the next time you send a […]

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Go Ahead, Look at Things Upside Down

As a kid, I used to lay on the couch and imagine what it would be like if the house were flipped upside down, that the ceiling was the floor, and the floor the ceiling. Getting from room to room would be more challenging that’s for sure; you would have to step over the upper […]

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How to Wrangle a 30 Lb Turkey

My husband and I  participate in a chicken & egg CSA from a fantastic farmer, Paul Soule of Paulies Pastures.  He has the best eggs in town, in my opinion. They have gorgeous, tall yolks of the most beautiful goldenrod color. In addition, on certain occasions, we are able to purchase other locally, sustainably raised […]

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Ladies and Gentlemen, May I Introduce, the Real Problem Here

You know, you just haven’t lived until you’ve stumbled upon your coworkers, giddy and full of mirth, doing an impersonation of you.  I suppose it could have been worst.  Nobody did funny voices, no nasally utterances reminiscent of Urkel.  None of them demonstrated a ‘funny Tom walk’ or enacted a skit that found me stymied by long […]

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Why Are You Just Sitting There?

I’ve written about this. I’ve shared quotes about this. I mention it when mentoring. And it deserves repeating. The best ideas come when you least expect it and you have to put yourself in that place where you can receive it. On the99percent.com, there is a great video that speaks to this, featuring Jonah Lehrer, […]

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Look At You Not Working

There you are with your feet up. Flipping through a magazine. Having a grand old time even though those annoying subscription cards keep falling out. (How many of them are in there?) Some people might question your commitment to your job. But should they? Procrastination used to be a nasty word. It was a term […]

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