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Devolution

Sell to the young, Or there’s no money in it; Fun things like video games, Consoles, movies. Sell to the young The things they enjoy, Not the things they may need; Easy things, entertainment, Special effects. Sell to the young, … Continue reading

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Evaluation: In the Eye of the Beholder

I grew up believing, as did so many in our generation, that you present your attributes to the world, get evaluated objectively, and based on that evaluation, get assigned the lifestyle that you have “earned.” Instead, it is this wisdom … Continue reading

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Do We Understand the Value of Custom Work?

Custom work is not a bunch of products on a store shelf. Unlike one-size-fits-all items put through an assembly line, custom service is a specialty item designed for one buyer, and tailored to that buyer—you. What’s so special about custom … Continue reading

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Language Devolution: How Will It Affect Our Thinking?

Computer programers pay attention to detail and need to know the language and syntax of the program, which takes time to learn. You and I probably don’t know how to do it because we don’t want to take the time … Continue reading

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Everything Is Your Fault

“So often time it happens, we all live our life in chains, and we never even know we have the key.” – The Eagles, “Already Gone” These days, we hear all around us that we are the sole architects of … Continue reading

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The Rubric: Worth Its Weight In Gold, But Only If…

A rubric is one of those wonderful tools a teacher hands out that defines what an assignment needs in order to receive a particular grade. This is a handy thing for a student to know up front. Often it comes … Continue reading

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How Parenting Creates “Kick-Ass” Business Women

Women who have raised children become high-output, multi-tasking machines with leadership skills. When these attributes are applied to management positions or their own businesses, they translate into purpose, organization, and results. Let’s break down what it is these women do … Continue reading

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Recipe For How to Choose to Make Your Life Better

Identification and acknowledgement allow a person to move on Before people can take advice on how to change their lives or businesses, they need to be acknowledged for where they are coming from, and require some empathy for their past … Continue reading

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