Monthly Archive: January 2011

Jan 31

What We Envision

“The vision that you glorify in your mind, the ideal that you enthrone in your heart – this you will build your life by, and this you will become.” ~ James Allen Saying from the peaceful website

Jan 28

A Passion for Purpose

Following up to my post on Tuesday, I am happy to report that the Conscious Capitalism MasterClass online was a sellout crowd and many people have already told me that they were inspired by the message.  Raj and Shubhro certainly have a Passion for Purpose and it is very engaging. I am honored to be …

Continue reading »

Jan 25

Purpose, Profits and Much More

You are invited to a FREE, online Masterclass given by thought leader Raj Sisodia of Bentley University, author of “Firms of Endearment” and co-founder of the Conscious Capitalism Institute.  He has presented around the world and I can vouch that he is a captivating speaker, and the topic worthwhile:  Conscious Capitalism: Realizing Business and Human …

Continue reading »

Jan 18

Please Respect Me

Receptionists can make a big difference in how a company is perceived by the world.  I feel disrespected by my recent conversation with one and now have a sightly different opinion of the company. Here’s the situation: I ask the receptionist to talk with Ms. Smith.  She responds, “Who is calling?” and I give my …

Continue reading »

Jan 17

Right on! words from Martin Luther King, Jr.

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that.  Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.

Jan 12

JitterJam is… just that!

Does the plethora of social media STUFF make you nervous?  Do you want to take your Social Media Marketing to the next level, but don’t want to waste time and effort?  JitterJam is THE ANSWER! At the WPI Venture Forum last night, it was a privilege to hear JitterJam’s president and VP marketing present their …

Continue reading »

Jan 05

Dilbert says…

Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep. ~  Scott Adams

Older posts «