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October 19, 2017

When is it okay to break the brainstorming rules?

The short answer is NEVER! As soon as you start to cut corners during brainstorming to save time, the process falls apart. You’ll soon be back to square one, staring at each other across the boardroom table asking if anyone…

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October 16, 2017

Making Networking Fun with the WOW, HOW, NOW Technique

One of the main reasons people say they love to attend conferences is for the ability to network. Yet, when I speak at conferences, I notice that what is happening is exactly the opposite of networking. People walk around with…

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October 11, 2017

My experience at Promoboxx’s Aligned Conference

I love conferences! I love to attend them and speak at them. I love them because I learn so much and meet so many fascinating people. Plus, I love to travel, so the learning also comes in the form of…

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October 10, 2017

Three things to kill before they kill your creativity

Aaron Orendorff’s article on the three things you should kill before they kill your creativity is brilliant and worth the read! Aaron hits the nail on the head when he lists these three things: excuses, ego and timeline. And as…

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August 31, 2017

How to Give a Killer Presentation

Chris Anderson is the Curator of TED. His article in the Harvard Business Review outlining tips on how to give a killer presentation is outstanding and definitely worth the read. He also includes video of some incredibly compelling TED Talks.…

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August 22, 2017

Who’s More Creative: Introverts or Extroverts?

It’s a question I’ve been asked many times over the years – are introverts or extroverts more creative? The answer: neither is more creative than the other! The important thing is not who is more creative, but instead how to…

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August 3, 2017

The Difference Between the Way the Average Person Thinks and a Creative Genius Thinks

Michael Michalko recently published this article on and I found it to be absolutely fascinating! First of all, thank you Michael for educating me on when and where the phrase ‘thinking outside of the box’ came from. I hear…

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