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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Have you ever heard the expression, “Say what you mean and mean what you say.”? Of course you have. If you really look at that phrase, you see the truth it has. Sometimes, I say things I don’t mean and fail to do things that I meant to do. My intentions in these situations are […]

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Creatives are prone to loneliness. We spend time inside our own head thinking and making, and it’s hard to remember sometimes that there’s a whole world out there. Out there, with people who need help. With people who need what you’re making. Also, because we work alone, we’re prone to fear. It’s easy to hide […]

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American folk legend Pete Seeger passed away yesterday at 94. This is what he had to say about participation:  The man made stuff for a living. He used what he made to change things. That’s pretty awesome. Thanks for your contribution, Pete.

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Driving towards downtown Nashville today, I see this huge billboard that reads, “Our goal is to be the best!”   What does that mean exactly? The best at what? Does a 5 star rating make you the best? Does providing quality service make you the best? There is always someone better than you. There is […]

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I want to challenge you to be intentional today. Wake up, drink your coffee, eat your bacon… Then do something with the intent of fueling your mind. Watch a video on TED.com Read a blog post from Seth Godin or someone else’s blog you read. Listen to a podcast. Read a book. Write 500 words. […]

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