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    A Food Documentary People Will Actually Watch

    It’s good to be honest with ourselves about how we define successful marketing, campaigns, videos, documentaries, etc. Success is relative to the goal intended. When I watch social and environmental documentaries — which I love — I usually find myself thinking at the end, “They didn’t really help me share this with other peopl...

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  • 2015 Goals That Work, Not Resolutions
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    2015 Goals That Work, Not Resolutions

    When I think of New Year’s Resolutions, an image pops into my head of being drunk on New Year’s Eve, lamenting all the things I didn’t do last year that I swear (slurred speech) “I’m going to do this year… for sure!” Which rarely makes a difference. Goal-setting, however, can be a different story – and image....

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    The Future Gives You Who You Are

    How are those New Year’s Resolutions going? If you’re anything like me, the often don’t go anywhere – at all. That’s why in my previous post, I talked about throwing New Year’s Resolutions in the trash (recycling bin)… until you’ve gotten complete with the past.  Everything else is lip-service.  Building a ...

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    Completing the Past Beats Positive Thinking

    I sat down to write out my New Year’s resolutions for 2015 – the upcoming year – and realized that I hadn’t really fully appreciated the year that I had just spent living. From coaching training, spiritual practice, and lots of personal growth workshops… I have heard many times to visualize the future I want.  Get a vision bo...

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  • Steal These Ideas… Change the World
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    Steal These Ideas… Change the World

    Your next business might be in this post.  No kidding. One thing I’ve learned over the years, is that the more I keep great ideas hidden — protecting, defending, and worrying about taking credit for them — the less impact I have in the world. When I share frivolously.  When I open up.  When I give things away.  When I let go of cont...

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