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How To Think Big At Work (And Life)

“Where success is concerned, people are not measured in feet and inches, or pounds, or college degrees, or family background; they are measured by the size of their thinking. How big we think, determines the size of our accomplishments.”   Great words of wisdom from David Schwartz and his book The Magic Of Thinking Big. Written 50 years ago, (even …

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How To Manage Problems You Can’t Fix

Problems. Challenges. Opportunities. Whatever you call them at your company, we want them fixed. Our gut reaction is – come hell or high water – to find a solution. However, there are times when there is no fix… You’re stuck with it. For example, your business may be experiencing a challenge with the current “economic condition” in the United States. …

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Tips For Creativity & Problem Solving: “Live In PLAY” Interview

It’s always an honor when someone cares to hear your advice. It is my pleasure to share with you a BlogRadio interview I was part of on Saturday evening that featured… well… me and Idea Sandbox! Jenny Ward, the Chief Play Activist at Playward, hosts the “Live In PLAY” talk show every Saturday afternoon at 2:30 PST. We chatted for …

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Asset-Based Thinking Alphabet

How do you take a negative situation and see it for its value versus dwelling on the potential harm? That’s what asset-based thinking is all about… Shift your thinking to focus on the assets of a situation (what you have) versus deficit-based thinking (what you don’t have). “Small shifts make seismic differences.” The authors of “Change The Way You See …

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