Think Critically, Act Locally

Posted by on May 17, 2012 in Blog

The most important college course I took had nothing to do with my psychology major or my interest in organizational behavior and what makes workers happy.   It was during my sophomore year that I signed up for “Critical Thinking 212,

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What Is Your Story?

Posted by on May 3, 2012 in Blog

Storytelling is a mode of communication that has been around as long as people have gathered around the fire.   We love a good story, which is why the storytellers among us can hold the attention of audiences large and small.  

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One From the Bucket List

Posted by on Apr 11, 2012 in Blog

I had an opportunity last week to walk the grounds of the Augusta National Golf Club.  The good news is that it was on the first day of The Masters, a  championship that I explained to my kids as “the super bowl of golf.”  

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The Real “Real Thing”

Posted by on Jan 25, 2012 in Blog

The Coca Cola Corporation spends untold millions of dollars each year trying to convince the public that their product is the real thing.  The length of the soda section in most supermarkets  attests to the success in building their bra

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Made in America: The Return of Innovation

Posted by on Dec 20, 2011 in Blog

 If you find yourself wondering what’s happened to innovation and the ability for Americans to invent new products, you will want to watch this video tour of Tech Shop SF, a member-based place (Kinda like your high school woodshop… On ste

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