They’re to Blame

It is easy to find fault in everything and harder to find perfection.  Let us blame something or somebody for failure, but don’t praise the person who worked a little harder to make sure the project was completed.  No blame falls on those who delegate responsibility, but on the manager who has to do the […]

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Social Media Blur

It seems we hunger for more interaction with every social network we join. We grow the network by family, friends, co-workers, clients and people who we’ve just met. Each network is built for a purpose and as their popularity grows, so too are the applications that interconnect these media’s.  Once we mix the communities it […]

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Trash Talking

Mental trash talk is you own worst enemy. The fast track to undermining your competition is to get into your opponents head. Professional athletes do this all the time to each other it is called trash talk.  They give their opponent a reason to second-guess their decisions and create inductiveness.  Once the opponent allows this, […]

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The Competitive Answer

Have you found somebody or something that awakens your competitiveness? Somebody who stimulates your creative juices? Whose actions cause ideas to pop into your head and challenges you subconsciously to improve?  You look at their work and see improvements to your own designs. You read their blogs and you try to emulate their charisma into […]

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Short Hours, Big Pay

The dream of making lavish amounts of money is lost when people actually look how people have achieved their wealth. Rock stars spend countless hours practicing and playing at bars that pay nothing, movie stars work multiple jobs before they get their first “real” acting part.  Lawyers, Doctors, and many other professions have invested hundreds, […]

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50% of Multitasking is Failure

Multitasking became a hot buzzword in the 1980’s and into the 90’s speared on by Microsoft windows operating system.  Businesses quickly latched onto the saying “multitasking”. Multitasking is simultaneous performances of two or more tasks. If your simultaneously doing two things at once, like responding to the boss’s email while watching your 2-year old – […]

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Don’t apply this

Why attend learning seminars, if you’re not going to apply the knowledge being given? For many people, taking on new ideas is impossible. They are anchored to the ground like a mighty redwood tree resisting the onslaught of Mother Nature, but we are human not trees.  The ability to adapt to your environments is one […]

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