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Day #776:The other kinds of laziness

There’s the obvious sort of laziness, the laziness of not trying very hard, of avoiding strenuous tasks or heavy lifting, of getting others to do your work or not showing up for many hours each day. 237 more words

Day #773:Your Lizard Brain is Holding You Back

The lizard brain is hungry, scared, angry, and horny.

The lizard brain only wants to eat and be safe.

The lizard brain will fight (to the death) if it has to, but would rather run away. 180 more words

Day #772:What makes someone an artist?

Art isn’t only a painting. Art is anything that’s creative, passionate, and personal. And great art resonates with the viewer, not only with the creator. 276 more words

Did you Prepare for a shark attack? And what is the opposite of creativity?

Preparing for a shark attack

A shark attack is sudden, visceral and overwhelming.

And it’s impossible to be a tough guy in the face of one. 230 more words


25 Years of Loyalty

Colloquy’s latest issue celebrates their 25 year anniversary and features commentary from Seth Godin, Don Peppers, Daniel Pink and yours truly on where loyalty marketing has been and where it is headed. 10 more words

Loyalty Marketing

People With Less Have Done More

After completing Seth Godin’s Freelancer Course on Udemy, I was unsure I had come away with any important knowledge or understanding. Looking back on the various questions I’d answered in assignments, one specific assignment jumped out at me. 193 more words


3 things that make leader stupid (e.g. a CEO)

Power, of course, is the first problem. When things are going fairly well, the CEO has a ton of power, and often, that power makes things appear to work, even when they’re not the right thing to do for the long-term.

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