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What You See Is What You Get: WYSIWYG

“How the theater of the mind can be generated by the machinery of the mind is an unfathomable mystery” – Edward Lewellen The images, sounds, smells, tastes, and feelings our minds can produce are amazing!  When we stop to take a few seconds to experience these sensations, it can become as if we are right back into the event we are thinking about.  This can Read More...

The Problem with Communication – Part VI

Please see The Problems with Communication, Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV and Part V by clicking on each link.) “There are no perfect men in the world, only perfect intentions”, said Azeem in the 1991 movie, “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves”.  It’s interesting on many different levels to observe people communicating and one of those is the deepest level, that of intent.  Read More...

Leadership Osmosis

You’ve seen it before…the young man or woman who is beginning their career and they are the star performer where they work. It could be at Ernst and Young, Lockheed-Martin, Sears, Target, or McDonald’s; you see the drive and ambition in their eyes, the confidence in their steps, the eagerness in their attitude. And, when you ask them what they want to accomplish next in their career Read More...

Hypnosis: Serious? Fun? or Serious Fun?

You’ve seen it many times, the hypnotist with the dark cloak, the top hat, and the intense stare as they approach their subject to make them obey their every command.  Dark, sinister…and not even close to the truth!  I commented on this before, and I’m sure you’ll hear it again, I get a wide range of responses when I tell people that I am a Read More...

A Lesson We Can Learn from “The Art of War”

The book “The Art of War” has been discussed many times in relation to business.  In fact, many companies require that their executives read it and the many books and articles that surround it.  I want to draw specific attention to the seven areas that Sun Tzu says he can look at and foretell the winner of a war and how those can be applied Read More...