Monthly Archives: September 2015

Five Friday Faves (Favorite things about Chile)

My family was fortunate enough to live in Papudo, Chile over the summer of 2012.  It was definitely a challenging adventure.  Papudo is a small fishing village that thrives on tourists from Santiago in Chile’s summer months.  It’s also one … Continue reading

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How do we sustain lasting change?

Change management is a a common phrase.  So is the adage, “Don’t keep doing something just because it’s the way we’ve always done it.”  So, let’s assume you are leading a group, school, district, or company through a change.  What … Continue reading

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Five Friday Faves (laughing/word choice edition)

What do you do when you have been out of town most of the week, and have a son wake up with the stomach flu Friday morning?  You come up with a lame fun topic for Five Friday Faves. I … Continue reading

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Five Friday Faves (Steve Jobs quotes edition)

I recently read, “25 Steve Jobs Quotes That Will Change the Way You Work—in the Best Way Possible” by Kaitlyn Russell.  Here’s how it begins: “Fact: Steve Jobs didn’t become successful overnight. It took years of hard work, determination, and … Continue reading

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When to Retweet, and When to Favorite

     I’m going to oversimplify this a bit. Retweet to share content with your followers.  Favorite to save content for later reference. Now, there are different reasons to do both.  I like to Retweet for a couple of reasons. … Continue reading

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