Monthly Archives: July 2012

(#114) What You SAY and What You DO


Where is your line in the sand?  What will you definitely not negotiate away— and what things will you or do you decide are not values to you?  At the recently-completed Noel-Levitz Conference on Student Recruitment, Marketing and Retention I had the … Continue reading

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(#113) Creativity Takes Work


Creativity also embraces all the disappointments and frustrations on the road to a new way of doing things. They are part of the process. Imagine: How Creativity Works by Jonah Lehrer (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2012) takes a look at creativity … Continue reading

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(#112) Creating Experiences


Think of the coming weeks and months. What experiences (small or big) have you planned that will create wonderful memories for you and those you love?  During the last week of December 2011, I conducted a 52-week review of my … Continue reading

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#111 Why Do You Do What You Do?


Are we just muddling through life in a job, for instance, or do we wake up each morning passionate about the calling that has beckoned us? I have been preparing for three upcoming presentations.  Each will require, in part, that … Continue reading

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#110 Integrity or Adding to the Illusion?


Is integrity an all or nothing proposition? How do you measure integrity? Is it on a scale? Can you have it some days and lack it on others? For this week’s blog post I have more questions than answers or … Continue reading

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