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April 10, 2014

You’re Not Alone! 5 Worries Small Business Owners Face

  It’s no secret that small business owners and entrepreneurs are STRESSED OUT. Unlike people with the “regular” 9-5 jobs, self-employed people, entrepreneurs and business owners often wear so many hats, they can sometimes forget which one is one their head. A business owner must keep the business doors open, keep employees paid, […]
October 7, 2013

Paying Attention To Where Your Attention Is – Developing The Ability To Watch and Listen To Your Own Mind Improves Leadership and Productivity

I am a strong believer in the personal leadership approach FIRST, before you can better your organization or business. Many organizational problems come out of a leader’s personal process problems. So where do you start and how do you improve personal leadership and self management? “If you don’t pay attention […]
September 26, 2013

Why Multitasking And Busyness Stuff (BS) Are A Prescription For Failure

Human Brains Do Not Like Multitasking Many people believe that being able to multitask is a virtue of productivity. But on the contrary, your brain does not like multitasking. In a 2009 study, Stanford researcher Clifford Nass found that chronic multitasks are  are less effective even when doing single tasks. […]
September 19, 2013

Great Leadership = Balance Between Structure and Total Freedom

[dropcaps style=”]G[/dropcaps]reat leaders are able to find a balance with their people. A balance of authority with compassion and sensitivity. New business owners, managers and leaders tend to struggle with this balance. When too much freedom and free reign is given to employees, without any guidelines whatsoever, the leadership must […]
June 12, 2013

What Am I Doing Here? So You Feel Like An Impostor?

Ever find yourself asking yourself this question? [dropcaps style=”square”]I[/dropcaps]mpostor syndrome is when someone feels no where near good enough. They feel like a fraud because they tell themselves their accomplishments are not as good as those around them. Its a form of insecurity and very common, especially in women.  You […]
May 25, 2013

Is it fear? Or my Gut? 10 Ways To Understand Where You Decision Is Coming From

The term ‘minimalism’ is a trend from early 19th century and gradually became an important movement in response to the over decorated design of the previous period. Minimalist architecture became popular in the late 1980s in London and New York.
April 25, 2013

The Diminishing Bee Population and The Renaissance People Endangered Species

“Once the bees have left the earth, man will have four years left on the planet.”  This statement is a paraphrase of a quote Albert Einstein supposedly made (but probably didn’t) as he approached his death in 1955. Even if Einstein did not say this, we cannot deny the importance […]
October 25, 2012

Obscure Halloween Specials and Cartoons 2012

October 25, 2009

Halloween Favorites Shows And Cartoons October 2009 From The 90s

So my favorite time of year is here! I have begun creating a huge playlist on youtube of all my Halloween favorites of old, mostly from the Disney channel (circa 1993). You can visit it here.
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