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What your kids know about life that you forgot

Fearlessness. Uninhibited curiosity. An unquenchable thirst for adventure. Kids are magical creatures with an unimaginable capacity to adapt and learn from the world around them. Kids see the world through a lens of possibility. When confronted with a risk vs reward scenario, adults spend a lot of time detailing and categorizing all of the risks. Kids […]

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Mr Romantic

Our refusal to accept anything less

A few weeks ago, I posted a bit of a temper tantrum. This is my apology. That was not my best day. Yeah, yeah, it was honest and authentic and we all have days like that. But this is a new blog and we’re just getting to know each other and that rant isn’t really […]

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Why you should launch your business like a family fishing trip

You’ve come up with a fan-tabulous, fail-proof idea for a new business. Great! Now what? What are you supposed to do next?  Umm….yeah. That’s right where most great ideas stop.  And that’s a shame. A terrible, horrible, awful, injustice to the world kind of shame. It’s not surprising though. [Hold on a sec while I […]

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Happy Venn-sday! Well-Blended Living

Sometimes, you don’t need a lot of words to make a point.  The well-blended goal is to live in the middle of this Venn as often as possible…or at least in one of the three cross-over areas. Ponder this messy little Venn.  What types of activities would you list in each area?  How would it […]

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Head in Hands

Lies from High School | The No Toilet Paper, Nakedness & Vampires Edition

 I went to public school and I’m an entrepreneur. I didn’t become an entrepreneur because I went to public school.  In fact, I’ve had to do a metric ton of de-schooling over the last, er, lots-o-many years to get here. Between the ages of 13 and 18, we’re learning how the world works, how to […]

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