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What’s the #1 thing you can do to help your employees to be more motivated and engaged? (Hint: It’s not what you think it is!)
Posted 12/16/2011 by New & Improved, LLC
What's the number one factor to help motivate and keep employees engaged in their work?
What Really Happens to Our Time?
Posted 12/12/2011 by New & Improved, LLC
How many hours do you have today? Do you need all 24? Can I borrow some of your time? I can return the favor later in the week.
Questionable Selling
Posted 12/2/2011 by New & Improved, LLC
A short story on CPS and selling.
Story of a 50 year old boy
Posted 11/30/2011 by New & Improved, LLC
Have you ever wondered if you are hindering your children’s creativity when all you intended to do was just the opposite?
The most creative use of sticky notes?
Posted 11/30/2011 by New & Improved, LLC
Brainstorming using sticky notes is a technique we use frequently for many good reasons. And in spite of the "Post-it People" label that is sometimes stuck to our backs, we use many, many other tools. Nonetheless, you might find this video...
What kills creative ideas?
Posted 11/18/2011 by New & Improved, LLC
An alligator's reaction to newness in its environment is to eat it, attack it, or run from it.
POINt to Change the Energy
Posted 11/15/2011 by New & Improved, LLC
Steve Jobs is Dead. What's NeXT?
Posted 11/11/2011 by New & Improved, LLC
The budget office bought me a Macintosh computer to cut what they viewed as exorbitant costs for the typography services I was purchasing for the agency's public documents. It was 1984, shortly after the famous Superbowl ad depicting the unnamed heroine smashing "Big Brother", saving humanity from conformity. I was furious.
The Difference Between Mistakes and Chronic Stupidity
Posted 11/9/2011 by New & Improved, LLC
The science is in. We can now test to see if you’re going to learn from your mistakes or if you’re going to keep repeating them over and over. We can find out in less than a second too. The first test?
Tell Your Boss: Daydreaming Is Important for Creativity
Posted 11/4/2011 by New & Improved, LLC
People who daydream the right way (called "mind-wandering," more on which later), score higher on tests of creativity. This, of course, flies in the face of what we've been taught to believe by parents, teachers, managers, and anyone else who has caught us thinking about something other than what we're "supposed to" be paying attention to
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