Category Archives: Common Sense

You know what I’m sayin?

There have been times when we have opened our mouth to speak and, without thinking, uttered a word or two that needed to be reeled back in. Even though that bell can’t be unrung, hopefully we’ve been trained to perform … Continue reading

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Do you communicate success?

Do you spell it out? Literally? How about posting a note on the wall? Is it common sense to have to make a poster of expectations? Yeah. It really is a good idea. šŸ™‚ Tweet

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The story is in the details

Look closely at something for long enough and you may see something you didn’t notice before. A good story-teller knows just how much detail to include. Some pieces are left to the imagination. Others take you on a specific journey. … Continue reading

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Move all the way to the front please

There is a reason why it’s best to “block and face” and have your shelves fully stocked. And it’s personal. I ventured out the other day to work. Did payroll, filed a few things, printed some reports. It was a … Continue reading

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A month of Innovation – Day 3

A mind is a beautiful thing. “Crowded classrooms and half-day sessions are a tragic waste of our greatest national resource – the minds of our children.” Walter Elias Disney What are you doing to train your children? Your employees? Your … Continue reading

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