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Monthly Archives: July 2014

You don’t always have to do what’s expected. Great art will always have an element of Unexpected. Great ideas, great businesses, great thinkers, great brands, great stories, all have an element of unexpected that keeps people coming back. It’s why people binge watch tv shows. It’s why people are committed to certain brands. It’s why […]

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This is a guest post from my friend Mark Brown. Mark is the writer of the awesome blog and future book Notes-To-Self (which I highly suggest you subscribe to and get in your inbox every morning… NOW!) and he’s also a brilliantly talented speaker. I love his work and it’s an honor to have him […]

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Last night, Jen and I finished Friday Night Lights. We started binge watching it about 4 weeks ago on Amazon Prime because we were tired of hearing people tell us how awesome it is. We absolutely loved it. Afterwards, thinking about how much I’m going to miss these people and these stories, I thought about […]

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What comes before winning? It is so painfully obvious that we miss it. It’s so incontestably right in front of us that it’s hard to see. You see it on a poster in high school football locker rooms. You see it written on motivational posters. You see it on that dude’s shirt at the gym. It’s […]

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Imagine a vast forest. Imagine standing right in front of it. The trees are tall and the smell of pine mixes with the fresh mountain air. You stare into this wilderness from the edge of it. From the edge, you can truly see the vastness of it. It makes your mind fill with wonder, with […]

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