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Leading by example

I have never understood executives who stay at the most expensive hotels. A bed is a bed is a bed is a bed. As long as the room is clean, the bed is comfortable, and the hotel is at a convenient location for your purposes, this is all that matters. 169 more words

Leadership

The Secret of Goal Setting: How to Make 2015 Your Best Year Ever

It’s traditional that when a new year starts, you set a variety of ‘resolutions’ – things you’d like to accomplish as the year goes on. However, as most people know, these are often forgotten about before January is over. 899 more words

Opinion

a public service announcement regarding post numbering

Just a quick bit of business here: due to having occasionally fallen behind for a day or two, it doesn’t make much sense to me to continue using a tag that marks which day a post is (DayThirtyTwo, DayFortySix, etc…). 86 more words

Blog Posts

Rally Cry Ret-Con and Timeline 3

One of the things I have been thinking about lately is the myriad of different ideas I have for Rally Cry and how I can work all of them together into one workable mass (some would say mess).   1,329 more words

Role-Playing

Worldbuilding 101: Mapping Layouts

In this post, we will be talking about an element of worldbuilding called “Mapping”. This will be about mapping out the layout of rooms and buildings that your main character will see throughout their journey in your story. 336 more words

Organizing

History: TDE Summary (Tech-Dark Era)

The Tech-Dark Era is a grey area in human history as to it’s effect on humanity. On one side many argue that the setbacks caused by hundreds of years without major scientific advancements put a massive dent in humanity’s progression as a species; but on the other some believe it gave human sociology a chance to catch up to it’s ever advancing technological fields. 1,837 more words

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Winter in Madrid by C. J. Sansom

* This suggestion is part of our Sweater Weather Reads series. We’ll be posting cool suggestions all winter long on Twitter @BSPLibrary #sweaterweatherreads. Got a better suggestion? 433 more words

Books