The ability to improvise

On our way to a large three-day conference for Mommy’s work, this little guy made use of the arm rest. Would you even be able to turn your head if you slept like this? I know that I wouldn’t! Ms. Annie Sells loves this example of improvision and adaptability.  In this rapidly changing world thatContinue reading “The ability to improvise”

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5 Reasons they say and 5 reasons I say

On October 10, 2013, while doing research for an essay on teams and managing teams, I tripped over several articles on the economic impact of civil war. I learned that social scientists, such as myself and those far more academic than Ms. Annie Sells, have spent a lot of time and resources studying civil warContinue reading “5 Reasons they say and 5 reasons I say”

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The air crisps, the roses fade, and fall approaches quickly

Today, October 3, 2012 I awoke earlier than normal and found the air crisp and after loading the coffee pot quickly got dressed to ward off the chill. Don’t get me wrong it wasn’t cold in my house, but it wasn’t warm either. After getting my first cup of coffee in one of Grandma’s coffee cupsContinue reading “The air crisps, the roses fade, and fall approaches quickly”

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CV – You mean RV? Resume’ – You mean Get Going Again?

Okay I know; I am gushing! But I have been waiting for weeks, for the newest version of Trust Agents and The Impact Equation and they arrived together just in time for my birthday. Happy Happy Happy Birthday to Ms. Annie Sells! I owe about 100 thank you’s to all the friends and family thatContinue reading “CV – You mean RV? Resume’ – You mean Get Going Again?”

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Running water, toilets, electricity, frozen ice cream, tillers, jeeps and Social Media

Do you now or would you like to own a small business? Have you ever worked for a small business? I can answer these questions with conviction and odds are that you can also. In my opinion, small businesses are where it’s at and they are the back-bone of America. (Non-profits aren’t too bad either.)Continue reading “Running water, toilets, electricity, frozen ice cream, tillers, jeeps and Social Media”

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“Entrepreneurship at the Next Level” on April 7th – 8th, 2011

Press Release Paragould, AR: Entrepreneurs, economic development leaders, and entrepreneurship educators from across  the state of Arkansas will have the opportunity to hear from experts at a two day conference on April 7th and 8th, 2011. “Entrepreneurship at the Next Level,” hosted by the Arkansas Association of Two-Year College’s Entrepreneurship Training Consortium and Black RiverContinue reading ““Entrepreneurship at the Next Level” on April 7th – 8th, 2011”

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Practice Makes Perfect – So Write, Connect & Share!

Writing is an exercise. You need to develop muscle memory. Practice makes perfect. Continuous content assists branding. If nothing else every by line and tag line equals more access to readers. Connecting is an exercise. You have to reach out to connect. Practice still makes perfect. Connecting over and over again forms strong bonds. IfContinue reading “Practice Makes Perfect – So Write, Connect & Share!”

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Hipp Says Real People Being Real

April 15, 2010, I began writing articles for Examiner.com.  I toyed with the idea for a while and talked to many of my friends, family members and neighbor about the idea.  One of my least likely supporters was the most excited.  I sat with Mr. Hipp, as my son calls him, on my front porchContinue reading “Hipp Says Real People Being Real”

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