Archive for the ‘Entrepreneurship’ Category

A Simple, Fun Approach to Breaking Logjams

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Have you ever felt stuck for a solution to a problem?  Wondered how to be a more effective leader and advance your team’s goals in new ways? Interested in bringing together people with diverse needs and views? Eager to see initiatives that go outside of the usual and get leaders to run organizations with inspiration? […]

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Opportunities are everywhere, all the time, waiting for us.

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I entered Antioch College as a Biochemistry major, though with no real visions of where that would lead me.  I think I chose that because my older brother had already taken theoretical physics. Antioch had a ground breaking Co-op program and one of my jobs was a six month stint at MIT in a high […]

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Your competition is my iPhone

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(Some notes and further insights from a talk I gave last night at the St. Louis Publisher’s Association, which is mostly folks who are at varying places along the Author’s Journey) How many books were published in 2012?  A Gazillion. How many the year before that? Half a Gazillion. How many next year? Two Gazillion. […]

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Taking the Leap in Business and in Life

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To do anything big in business or in life you must have faith in yourself and the encouragement of others. Remember some time back in your life when you made a leap of faith and lived to tell about it.

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Fourteen Entrepreneurship Tips

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I recently made a presentation on Creative Approaches to Entrepreneurship to the St. Charles, MO Chamber of Commerce.  They were a very open and receptive audience, genuinely looking for ways to improve their businesses.  After the talk, I followed up with fourteen entrepreneurship tips: •••Love your Crazy Ideas, be fearless •••Hang with positive people •••Embrace […]

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Crazy Idea Expert put to the test

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When I told my cab driver that I was heading to a conference on Entrepreneurship, and I was a speaker on Creativity and Crazy Ideas, he asked, “So, how can you help me!”. Reality ensued.

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How do you say Hello in Thai?

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All business is about relationships. Knowing something as simple as how to say hello to someone in their native language not only shows respect, it shows you are invested in creating a substantive bond with your potential partner.

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