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Better and worse is normal

Teamwork makes the dream work. Yesterday.
From hotel room. Hayward Field’s new iconic tower on left horizon.

Things generally, to a fault, will go better or worse than you expect.

Expected to record four episodes of Season 5, Body, yesterday.

Recorded two.

Will trash the first and keep the second.

Net daily effort equals one episode – worse than expected.

What happened behind the scenes was not only better than expected, but much better.

Net overall result – better than expected day.

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You get three seconds

2019

You get three seconds to capture someone’s attention.

That’s what the gurus say.

Gurus prey on Marketer’s insecurities.

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Time for another TED talk?

We salute the dreamers, the creators, the inspirers.

Because it’s never been done before is often the reason it never has been done before.

Doing things that might not work is inspiring.

We can never be creative if we are afraid of failing.

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Spoonful of attitude

Cheryl was on the launch team.

Just a spoonful of attitude helps the medicine go down.

Now imagine what a bucketful of positive attitude can help with.

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Tis the business deal season

What’s in the box?

Today’s five (short and pithy?) riffs revolve around a business deal.

Think of the biggest deal you’ve ever made and then image it compounded by being exceptionally bigger.

Two days ago, i was ready to walk away.

Too much stress.

Too little perceived trust.

Not enough perceived commitment from the buyer.

Not enough fun for me.

Yet enough potential to change an industry.

It was the serendipitous breakfast conversation that illuminated a new way of thinking about the mess challenge.

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