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Ignorance Is Bliss?!?!

Ignorance Is Bliss?!?!

We have all heard the saying “ignorance is bliss” but is it really?  Sometimes it is, but sometimes it is not.  I am with my tribe once again and there are always thought-provoking questions and enlightening discussions that occur. During one of our side conversations...
Where Are You?

Where Are You?

This is not about Waldo 😊 I was recently having a conversation with a successful sales person. In my pursuit to better myself and learn something new every day, I asked him what he believed made a sales person successful. His response was “Meet the customer where they...
The Risk of Becoming Independent

The Risk of Becoming Independent

While July 4th is known for fireworks, barbeques, concerts and getting together with family to celebrate being independent, Independence in 1776 came with lots of risks. Our country’s Founding Fathers knew signing the Declaration of Independence and sending it off to...
Reverse Paranoia

Reverse Paranoia

We are a society of paranoid people. It’s not our fault, we are hard wired for it. We used to be hyper-aware humans who stayed in groups to protect us from wild animals or neighboring tribes. These days, we still carry the same anxiety triggers that can lead us to be...
So Many Choices, So Little Time

So Many Choices, So Little Time

Do you think having choices is bad? I do. Well, having too many choices is bad. It can be paralyzing for a lot of us. Ever to go a restaurant where the menu is the size of War and Peace? When that is the situation how long does it take you to decide what to order?...
The Long Road to Overnight Success

The Long Road to Overnight Success

The Tony Awards were this week and for the musical Hadestown, it was a great night.  They had fourteen nominations and won for eight of the categories! One of the award recipients was Anais Mitchell who accepted the award for Best Original Score. Towards the end of...

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