Monthly Archives: August 2021

Community Bright Spots! Seawalk Pavilion


NOTE: You can find more information about the mission of this page here. Perhaps you have been here. Maybe to enjoy a music festival. Or visit an art vendor. Or savor an offering from a food truck. Or enjoy the ocean … Continue reading

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Issue #588) A Different Kind of Principal’s Office


Got me thinking of the good-natured fun you could havenaming drinks in your workspace or community group. Maybe even for a family get-together. Last week, we visited the Schoolhouse Inn in Fernandina Beach, FL. Built in 1886, it housed the … Continue reading

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Community Bright Spots! Sunrise on the Beach


NOTE: You can find more information about the mission of this page here. Roxie (my canine companion) make our way to the sand just about every morning to take part in one of the brightest bright spots of our community: The … Continue reading

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(Issue #587) Serendipity, Beshert, and The Red Thread


Does serendipity lead to destiny or create destiny? In April of 2017, I delivered a keynote address in Caesar’s Palace on the Las Vegas Strip. My topic: Purposeful Collaboration in the Workplace. One of the examples I shared with the … Continue reading

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Community Bright Spots! Beaches Town Center


NOTE: You can find more information about the mission of this page here. Travel east on Atlantic Blvd and you will find Beaches Town Center where the ocean meets the road. Shops, restaurants, boutiques, and more wait for you to enjoy. … Continue reading

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(Issue #586) Good, Not-So Good, and Why (x5)


Go beyond listing a goal statement.Before acting, make sure you understand the why of your what. I have written separate posts on this blog about bright spots, not-so-bright spots, weak signals, and the five whys. Today, let’s look at how … Continue reading

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Community Bright Spots! The Sand Dunes


NOTE: You can find more information about the mission of this page here. The sand dunes provide a barrier to protect property. The sea oats help stabilize the dune structure. Photos below show a few dunes in our beaches area today … Continue reading

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(Issue #585) Sharing Wisdom Across The Ages


“Science is organized knowledge. Wisdom is organized life.”~attributed to Immanuel Kant~ Last week I left you with a question, “Do you think a twenty-something and a seventy-something share life lessons, questions, and advice?” I sent an email to friends and … Continue reading

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Community Bright Spots! Sea Turtles


NOTE: You can find more information about the mission of this page here. From May through October, sea turtles visit our beaches to lay eggs. Their trek from ocean to dune line and back reminds me of the traits of fortitude, … Continue reading

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(Issue #584) Wisdom of the Ages


Do you think a twenty-something and a seventy-something,for instance, share life lessons, questions and advice? Last year, I did some reading about the oldest of old. What they lived, thought, and hoped for moving forward.  It made me wonder about … Continue reading

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