Surefire predictions

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I’m betting on the following happening in 2016: An event will happen that will surprise, confound and ultimately bore the pundits.  Out of the corner of your eye, you’ll notice something new that will delight you. You’ll be criticized for work … Continued

Is it too little butter, or too much bread?

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Bilbo Baggin’s great quote about being stretched thin (“I feel thin, sort of stretched, like butter scraped over too much bread.”) reveals a profound truth: Most individuals and organizations complain of not having enough butter. We need more resources, we say, to … Continued

One big idea

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Most breakthrough organizations aren’t built on a bundle of wonderment, novelty and new ideas. In fact, they usually involve just one big idea. The rest is execution, patience, tactics and people. The ability to see what’s happening and to act … Continued

Weekend Favs December Twenty Six

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Weekend Favs December Twenty Six written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing My weekend blog post routine includes posting links to a handful of tools or great content I ran across during the week. I don’t go … Continued

Very good results (and an alternative)

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Hard work, diligence and focus often lead to very good results. These are the organizations and individuals that consistently show up and work toward their goals. But exceptional results, hyper-growth and remarkable products and services rarely come from the path … Continued

Let’s build a school

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Consider a last-minute donation to Room to Read. They will facilitate the building of a school in a village that has no school. Imagine growing up in a place with no school… And your donation will be matched dollar for … Continued

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