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Do what you want.

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People doing what they love are happier, healthier and making more money. We don’t always teach this. We don’t always tell kids—do what you want. Be what you want. What you love. With passion. Without remorse. Give up expected…(Read More)

You don’t Tweet ?

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Uses for Twitter include shopping list pros and cons wish list including links to product pages library book reminder including links to more info on a calendar etc.* water plant reminder * schedule weekly or as often as you want a notice meeting / birthday / event /occasion reminder * can schedule to repeat occasions…(Read More)

I’m watching them pull 33 men from 2000 feet below the surface of a land far from home. Raw emotion is overwhelming for those present. And for me watching. They are saving lives. One man at a time. The best tv ever. As I type, they are pushing the metal tube back into the…(Read More)

Hurt Locker, which I haven’t seen, is the lowest-grossing Oscar winner in modern history … the limited-release film earned $14 million in box-office receipts. Is there a long tail? In terms of Twitter buzz, Hurt Locker beat out Sandra Bullock with 39,951 tweets in its peak hour. Here’s more if…(Read More)

Great movie. Great story.

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Film made for $15000 hits number one. With weeks of viral marketing and a promotional campaign driven by social networks like Twitter and Facebook behind it, Oren Eli’s Paranormal Activity (Paramount) expanded into just under 2,000 theaters on Friday and successfully took the box office with an estimated $22 million and an astounding…(Read More)

Positive things come from blogging—the blog’s architecture forces you to organize. It allows you to be creative—with pages, images, text, video, audio. AND, IT’S FREE !! organization of thoughts | material (writings, notes, links to off-site stuff, images, videos, audio files, etc.) use it for this purpose alone, and you have a…(Read More)

It’s been a very fast long week. Thank you to all of my friends, my family and my clients that pulled together and made some crazy-wonderful things happen very quickly. We are going to Kansas City, and we are going to rock! We booked two Chatter Box accounts and we sold three or…(Read More)

FIRE SALE Update

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Thank you … fire is almost out. Thank you Greg. Thank you Monica. Thank you Jay. Thank you Eric. Thank you Dave. Thank you Sandie. Thank you Julie. Thank you Richard. Thank you James. Too much emotion today. I am absolutely in love with life. THANK YOU to all those lovely friends (clients mostly) that…(Read More)

Step out.

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I had stressed so hard over what to write about, I didn’t. I was thinking when I needed to be writing…(Read More)

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