Posts tagged life

03 Mar 2010

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“Often the identity of an organization that has many subsets can best be brought to life by the use of its supportive materials within the systems (promotion pieces, packaging, websites, signs, merchandising materials). This is an especially effective methodology because it can allow for a logo or identity system to gain resonance and recognition over […]

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04 Feb 2010

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A lot of other sites have reviewed this movie far more eloquently than I could, and I’m sure I wouldn’t be adding much to the praise already given to this short film. Publisher of Adrants and film participant Steve Hall summarizes: “Lemonade is a 40 minute documentary about how people changed their lives for the […]

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19 Jan 2010

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Featured on the HOW Blog, here’s my submission to their HOW Conference sticker contest: As I mentioned last June, I was fortunate enough to attend my first HOW Conference in Austin, TX, and I can’t say enough good things about my trip. I met some great people, attended several informative (and relevant) seminars, and returned […]

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06 Jan 2010

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The Concrete Goals Tracker, developed by David Seah, is a helpful form that helps you track the work you’ve done over the course of a week. Available in multiple sizes for printing or as an Excel spreadsheet, this form will help you get your productivity back on track. David writes: “As you accomplish various goal-related […]

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06 Jan 2010

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Okay, so it may not be a nightmare per se, but ABC News columnist Michelle Goodman interviewed several current job seekers and employment professionals who identified the top-five worst hiring trends of 2009. As a current job seeker, I’ve been exposed to every one of these. Don’t get me wrong- I’ve been very interested in […]

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05 Jan 2010

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According to Steve Rubel, it’s become easier than ever to implement data-driven tools into your daily life. “Self-tracking goes beyond just capture, though. You need to use the data to glean insights. Google Spreadsheets has a great way to do this with their gadgets. You can even set up forms for to make capturing the […]

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07 Dec 2009

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“The government is telling us that the economic stimulus is working and the recession is over. But you wouldn’t know it from looking at the unemployment numbers. While we may have dodged another great depression, unemployment is at its worst since then, having fallen to 10 percent by the Fed’s own reckoning.” (Click to enlarge.) […]

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