Monthly Archives: September 2012

Cairns Along the Trail

The Inuit Indians, who inhabited the icy plains of Canada, used stone cairns to communicate directions to other tribesman. These cairns were small, simple structures made from nearby stones stacked to resemble a person “pointing” in a certain direction or … Continue reading

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You Asked For It!

In my work with healthcare and service-industry professionals, I’m often asked for my advice on the concept of “asking for referrals” to build your business. My answer? Sometimes I like it and sometimes… I don’t. As a customer myself, I’ve … Continue reading

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Life… Imitating Art

I recently watched a short YouTube clip where filmmaker, Jason Silva, talked about co-authoring our daily experiences using something he calls “feedback loops.” I really like the phrase which describes how to make an intention about how we want to … Continue reading

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