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Learning From Alice

Understanding the flow in the Experience Economy from Joe Pine, Alice in Wonderland and my white-paper; “Creating Experiential Places: A Case For Place Personae”. 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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Staging A Remote Experience

Okay, so I completed my Experience Economy Certification this past September with James H. Gilmore & B. Joseph Pine II. Extremely intense event and education. And like most events I attend, I created some Visual Translations  (my version of sketchnotes) … Continue reading

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thinkAbout 2013

The best conference based upon the book “The Experience Economy; Work is Theatre & Every Business a Stage. Joseph Pine and James Gilmore’s interactive experiential thinking conference. Who knows where we will be next year. Continue reading

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Reflections of TEE

For those in the know, this past September in San Francisco, Pine and Gilmore held their annual thinkAbout. An event that embraces the concepts and principles that drive or evolve economic offerings into an experience. Unfortunately, my attendance was hampered … Continue reading

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It’s Showtime!

How do you present yourself, your offering and the delivery? I have met many consultants or service individuals in the past years. They have presented themselves, usually, professionally, offered a good product and delivered in the expected method. Just like … Continue reading

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