• Relax! It’s Renewable Energy

    We live in a work driven society that frowns on an afternoon nap, peaceful walks and long vacations.  In our productivity driven economy, which began with the Industrial Revolution, taking time off for rest and relaxation seems counterintuitive.  We forget that our energy, just like time, has finite limits.  The …


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    Relax! It’s Renewable Energy
  • Justin Harder – Claus Studio – Blog

    Some blogs just grab you with their entertaining dialogue and they engage you. This is one of those. I really enjoy it because it engages me and pulls me in. Justin Harder is a top graphics artist who works for everyone from Marvel and Disney onwards.


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  • Jordan Blackstone: Exposing the Beauty of Nature

    There is something exceptionally vivid and captivating when you see Jordan Blackstone’s works. Her artwork ranges through some of the most mundane moments and subjects of nature but the finished images are anything but mundane.  Her photography beautifully captures the essence of its being. It is very hard to simply …


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  • Become a Conscious Creator with Leah Cox!

    As is apparent from the blog’s title, Leah’s posts deal with living at your greatest potential and doing the things you love to make an income. Her mission starts becoming clear, sending a strong sense of possibilities, as soon as you read the headline: Conscious Creation of a Life You Love.


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  • Friday Focus – November 21

    Over here in my part of the US MidWest we have had our first snow of the season – a reminder that winter really is approaching fast! It’s also the time where many people’s thoughts turn to present buying – and what better than YOUR book or publication!


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  • We Are Innovation Therefore Leaders

    Too many times we discuss leadership in terms of people. It’s about problem solving too. Leaders don’t have to have all the answers. They should at least inspire people to arrive at them though. They should also create the right conditions, processes and cultures to do so too. Johanna’s post speaks to innovation, it easily speaks to leadership qualities.


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  • Easter Eggs

    Easter is almost here, and I bet you’re about to dye some eggs… When I was a child we had Paas and vinegar and little wire dippers. Sometimes we colored on them with crayons first, so the dye wouldn’t go where the wax was. Those were our masterpieces. These days there are so many gorgeous options, and you don’t have to spend a lot of money to create them. You may even be able to do some of these with things you have around the house!


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  • Meet Team Starkid

    First: a warning. The works of this group are not for children. Childish adults, yes, but probably not children. The humor is juvenile, inappropriate for most audiences, and I have nearly died laughing on a number of occasions. They’re called Team Starkid. With something like 130 million views on youtube, there …


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    Team Starkid Productions, Off Center Stage, Today's Visions, Independent Theatre