I am known for wearing funky shirts by Robert Graham, Bugatchi, and English Laundry. I guess I always liked to be a little funky as evidenced by my high school graduation picture. Back in the late-70’s/early-80’s, the wide lapel was the “in thing.” And I guess the man necklace was too. Then again, I performed […]
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Here’s a little self-promotion. This blog was selected was one of the top 50 Innovation Blogs on the Planet by Feedspot. (their words, not mine) I’m not sure how they determined this (my guess it is purely quantitative as I can’t imagine Feedspot can assess the quality). Although I am honored to be on the […]
Even Dilbert agrees that Best Practices Are Stupid… Source: Dilbert.com
John C. McGinley, best known for his role as Dr. Cox on “Scrubs” was interviewed on The Opie and Anthony Show. He was asked how he memorizes a script. He gave three steps: He writes the entire script by hand. This helps cement the words in his head. In the column, he writes down the […]
Today’s Friday Fun Fact… St. Patty’s Day is right around the corner. It’s time to break out the corned beef and cabbage – that is assuming that you are not too full from eating pie this past Thursday. Wednesday, March 14th was Worldwide Pi Day. And while we may celebrate this auspicious occasion by consuming […]
Today’s Friday Fun Fact… We all have knowledge that has allowed us to excel in different areas of our life. But as I had discussed in my Monday Morning Movie, sometimes this knowledge can be the very thing that gets in the way of our success. But if managed properly, intelligence can be leverage to […]
I saw this sign while driving in Orlando. It caught my attention. As it turns out, there is very little innovation going on at Innovation Way. Maybe they need to raise the toll.
I love this video. I was just in Mexico on vacation and I saw all of the vacationers working hard while the locals were enjoying the sea and sun. It made me think about this commercial for Kit Kat. Ah, so true…
A client of mine developed this video for a conference. They showed it as people entered the room and got seated. It contains some VERY funny quotes about innovation and change. Be sure to watch in full screen, add your own music, and enjoy!
I have been ridiculously busy with the manuscript for the new book. As a result, my blogging has slowed down. So, for today’s entry, I want to share with you an interview between a good friend of mine and The Economist. I’m sure you will agree that L-Vo, as he likes to be called, is […]