“You only can make a throw if you’re upright,” Gase said. Whichever team loses this game immediately intensifies the hea

“You only can make a throw if you’re upright,” Gase said. Whichever team loses this game immediately intensifies the heat on its head coach. It began with the president calling for NFL protesters to be fired and continued Saturday when he rescinded a White House invitation for the NBA champion Golden State Warriors over star…

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As we enter a second season of protest of our country’s flag by young, wealthy black NFL athletes, millions of fans will

As we enter a second season of protest of our country’s flag by young, wealthy black NFL athletes, millions of fans will continue to turn off America’s favorite past time. I wondered if that guy who went over the guardrail had simply fallen over in shock.. Lopane found that Session could pay the money by…

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Oatmeal Changes Everything

I have a big announcement. I ate oatmeal today. I’m going to eat oatmeal again next week. KaPow! I bet you didn’t see that coming. How could you really? It came out of nowhere and well, it’s not like anyone expected it. Small Changes, Big Results I’m really not joking about the oatmeal. I did have a…

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My Three Words for 2015

Happy New Year. I’m a huge fan of the My Three Words exercise started by Chris Brogan back in 2006. The basic premise is that rather than making resolutions, which usually end up in a heaping pile of undone, choose three words that serve to guide you throughout the year. The words should keep you…

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Looking For Connections

In just about any social situation that we enter, we look for connections to others.  It’s a bit like a game of ‘where do I know you from’, but truly it’s a search for shared context. Connections make you feel like you belong to the same club and that’s really what we long for, to…

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Stepping Away to Improve Your Peformance

Do you ever find yourself spinning your wheels while you’re at work?  Do you ever feel like no matter how hard you concentrate on something, that it just takes that much longer? Whenever these moments hit, I take time away from what I am working on to reset my brain.  This way, when I come…

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The Honor In Being Prepared

If you’ve been a member of Kitchen Table Companies, then you can appreciate that one of the best parts of KTC is the Monday Morning Mojo email from KTC host, Joe Sorge. This week was no exception. Except that Joe didn’t have much to say, which is fine. Instead, Joe had read a post that…

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Setting Up Your World For Success

One of my three words for 2012 was the word Set.  The point of that word was to remind me that in order to accomplish what I want in 2012, I have to find ways to set up the right circumstances.  I have to put success in my way. Context Matters Whatever you are trying…

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Three Words – 2012

Maybe you’ve heard of this exercise, maybe you haven’t.  It’s something that my friend Chris Brogan started several years ago as a way of replacing New Years Resolutions with words that would serve as guideposts to the various goals that he wanted to accomplish that year. I use them similarly, in that they serve as…

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Forget What the Calendar Says – 2012 Starts Now

Actually it haas already started Truth be told, my sights have been on 2012 for almost 2 months. Don’t get me wrong, 2011 has been good to me and my family in many ways. I have also made a lot of mistakes along the way. One of those mistakes, was losing sight of some of…

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