According to Joe Vitale, Outrageous Marketing is the only way to market. Using nouns instead of adjectives, using statements instead of questions is so … NOT working. Make the headlines come to life and get attention with the briefest glance. This technique, adapted from the philosophy of P.T Barnum who often used the top third… Read More
Libraries in cities and towns across the world are changing. To understand the buzz, you have to go into the library. The computer rooms are filled to capacity, people are milling about, and the children’s area is alive with chatter, movement and excitement. Libraries are evolving. Each time there is a change in technology, libraries… Read More
All the ingredients for a quick love story — struggling family… financial worries … time travel… cheating husband… illness… widowhood… a year of bliss which eventually led to … happily ever after.
Is it luck or positioning? Do successful people have more attention, money, intelligence or opportunity or was their year of birth the deciding factor? Do gymnasts perform better because of their coaching or because they are located near a gym? The best hockey players are born in the first four months of the year –… Read More
The Colorado River supplies water to over 30 million people across the US and Mexico. This river is drying up – and hasn’t reached the sea in almost a decade. The usage is higher than the supply and all the water is allocated. Now what? Take a look at this graphical image that explains the… Read More
My Stroke of Insight is the story about Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, a Harvard-trained brain scientist who experienced a massive stroke when a blood vessel exploded in the left side of her brain. She observed her own mind deteriorate to the point that she could not walk, talk, read, write, or recall any of her… Read More