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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Thumbing through my notes this morning I came across a story from a book I read back in January called Imagine. The story is about the Grammy award winning cellist, Yo-Yo Ma. We all know him as he’s probably the most famous cello player to ever live. Even if you haven’t heard his music, you’ve probably […]

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Ah, Frozen. Like it or not, there’s no escaping the fact that it’s awesome. Jen and I saw it in theaters and it blew our minds, like everybody else, as it became the highest grossing animated film of all-time. It has everything you might expect: Princess, villain, talking snowman, magic. But it’s told in a […]

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Pay attention to the way places, people and experiences make you feel (good and bad). Carry a notebook and write things down. We’re trying to draw a picture. To gain understanding of how we work so that we can contribute our best work. The best version of you, has a story. Like all good stories […]

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Courageous. Brave. Bold. Daring. When I say these words I can feel the power in them. As if they reflect their meaning in the sounds we make when we say them. To have courage means we can do the things that scare us. To be brave is to show courage, and endure the road ahead. […]

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A runner at the gate. His head hangs as he prepares for a very short race that he’s prepared for all his life. A hundred times he’s been here but every time feels like the first. The roar of the crowd is drowned out by the sound of his own heartbeat. The fear of failure […]

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