Posts Tagged ‘productivity’

Creation and Chaotic Residue (Part 2)

In my last article, I talked about how the process of making things leaves behind residue, noting that “creating order and beauty out of raw material creates chaos as a by-product.” Here is an excerpt (1): The reality is that you have a number of choices to make in what you need to do, and […]

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Creation and Chaotic Residue (Part 1)

My fiancee is a florist, and the lion’s share of her work comes from brides planning thier weddings. I’ll never forget the first time I helped her prepare an order for an event. I met her at her apartment after work on a Friday, and the entire kitchen and dining room appeared to be a […]

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The Power of Thank you, pt. 2

If you are looking for a way to make your brand better, start by making it easy for fans to recognize the people (read: your employees – who ARE the brand) creating remarkable and inspiring experiences, products and services. Make it even easier for your fans to share the stories of those remarkable experiences with others.

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On The Most Important Things, Right Now

This isn’t the blog post I planned on publishing today. I had prepared a really interesting post about offline networking in the music industry, and that post was about 70% complete, waiting in the line-up of Drafts for my finishing touches this morning. But, between the internet and me, even though offline relationships are the […]

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