Category Archives: Conversation

General conversations, no true topic

Guided Change

Guiding change is critical for personal, business and organizational growth. If you do not choose your own path, someone else will choose it for you and there you never win. Read more about guided change. Continue reading

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Business Alignment

No matter if you’re a small business, large corporation or non-profit, there are connections in our purpose, communication and the places we connect in. I have written before on the importance of alignment and I am going to do again, … Continue reading

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Misalignment Hassles of Life and Business

Have you ever experienced a car that was out of alignment. The strangest of noises occur. Excessive wear on the tires, possibly leading to unusual balding patterns. Eventually this misalignment can cause costly repairs and replacement if allowed to go unchecked. … Continue reading

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Age of the Personal Brand

personal brand logos and the growing industry of personal branding agencies. Continue reading

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Alcoholism Rises to 500%

This may soon be the headline we read in the not too far future. When mapping out cause and effect of any new development or change, it maybe helpful to visually map out how that new development or change will … Continue reading

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“Thinging” is the New Thing

When it comes to experiences, it’s not about the thing as it is more about what you do with the thing. An experience is in the action or “Ing” of a thing. A ball is a thing, yet ball balancing … Continue reading

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