Scott Hammond This is unfair,
In no particular order, and trying to avoid listing BEST OF AND GREATEST HITS albums—- I’d say..
1. The Beatles: Revolver, White Album, and Abbey Road amd …OK -Sgt. Peppers
2. Van Morrison-Tupelo Honey
3. Fleetwood Mac-Rumors
4. Pink Floyd–Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here
5. Various Artists–Woodstock Album
7. Jimi Hendrix-Are You Experienced
8. Yes–Fragile and Close to the Edge,
9. Beach Boys-pet Sounds
11. Rod Stewart-
12. David Bowie–Ziggy Stardust
13. Carole King–Tapestry
14. Eagles-Hotel California,
15. Rolling Stones–Let it Bleed
16. Bob Marley-Legend
17. Allman Bros.–Live @ Fillmore East
18. Neil Young-Harvest
19. David Gilmour-Live in Gdansk
20. John Lennon—Imagine/Plastic Ono band
21. Led Zepp–1 and 2 and 4.
22. Allman bros.–Eat a Peach
23. Elton John–Madman Across the Water/
24. The Kinks: Victoria,
25. janis Joplin–Pearl
26: Van Morrison–Moondance
27: James Taylor–Sweet Baby James
28: The Doors–LA Woman
29. The Band-the Band
30: Eric Clapton–Layla
LEADERSHIP AND LEADING LIKE A LEADER
|“Every year is getting shorter, never seem to find the time…”
Leaders press on and press in; they run counter to the culture of convenience or opinion.
Think about your personal leadership. They see life as a chance to identify your purpose, position, passion, and posture and then begin to live as though your life makes a real difference—because it does! Here are some ideas on how to show your leadership
1. To Impress or to Influence?
Would you rather impress someone or truly have an influence in their life? Impressions are on the surface; therefore, they are often superficial. Influence, on the other hand, is often real, honest, and requires far more time, patience, resources, and relationship.
2. Your Life’s Lessons.
Many of our life’s lessons are made up from our experiences, relationships, and mistakes. Have you been honest with your fears, failures, frustrations, and feelings? Can you safely share these with others who can benefit from your mistakes?
3. Your Disposition.
Is your disposition credible, vulnerable, real, and genuine? Do you act and speak with genuineness and transparency in the way you treat others? Are you believable, touchable, straight up, humane, and do you have integrity?
4. Leadership’s Purpose.
People are the priority. Are you able to connect with people and are you a relationship builder? Do you serve and meet needs? Do you truly love other people unconditionally? Can you allow love to define your purpose and thereby your leadership?
5. Posture of a Legacy Leader.
Do you live in a mental posture of being open, teachable, and always learning? Are you able to lose preconceived notions ideas and attitudes? Do you walk and live in the art of possibility in your day-to-day living? Can you be a life-long learner or do you get stuck in old paradigms and ruts of thinking about life?
6. Passion and Legacy.
Passions define leadership. What are you passionate about? What causes, groups of people, or issues do you champion? What would you do for free if it were possible? That is your passion.
7. Your Mission in life=People.
Do you want to leave a legacy of love for those around you? Then invest yourself in quality relationships with people. Be an example to follow. Serve others. Be communicative and relational with those in your life, world, and network. Press in and take the initiative.
Developing Dynamite Topics
Speaking in business is a key skill set. You will be judged by not only the words you use—but in how you use them. Become an exceptional speaker and you will win in business. This is true for a CEO, salesperson, or any front-line staff. People will judge your company by your ability to communicate the values and culture of your business.
What Is A Dynamite Topic?
Find YOUR Hot Topic in your industry and set yourself apart-fast!! Develop one that people remember. Find a memorable topic–something people will resonate with. This is not the same as a hot or trendy topic—Make it unique, memorable, and “you.”
Hot Topics vs. Dynamic Topics
Hot topics are the same as they’ve always been—Motivational, inspirational, sales team building, etc…
The problem with hot topics—they have too much competition—not so with a truly dynamic topic.
Trendy and hot topics are hot for a short time—then they fade fast—consider Miley Cyrus …
The danger with trendy topics is that they die out.
Why you want a Dynamite Topic
A dynamic topic reduces the competition–Think of how many voices there are—this will set you apart from the pack. This unique topic narrows your audience—you become unique and singular and one of a kind. Start by narrowing your topic down.
The Importance of Passion
Why you need passion…You will spend a lot of time on the subject
Reading, researching, note taking, rehearsing and more—you will “own” this topic.
What books interest you?
What television programs do you watch?
Is there a topic that people keep asking you for?
That’s one you should concentrate on—find out what your audience wants and what you are passionate about.
Developing a Niche
What do you know that’s unique? Do you have credibility?
You may have studied a very specific subject very intensely—what do you know?
You are already an expert in something. Finding what it is can be a challenge
Be controversial if you can–People like contrarian views.
A. Must have a hot title otherwise no one will remember it
1. Brief–3-5 words is best
6. Ask a provocative question
Testing Your Topic
Once you have a topic you must carefully analyze it…
Do audiences ask for more?
Do people ask you to expand on it?
Finally, find your passionate, dynamic topic and develop it. It will set you apart and you will be the expert in your field. Go for it—you know stuff no one else does—You have embedded knowledge…..help us and teach us what you know.
Your personal narrative — in business and life
Scott Hammond/Business Sense
”Assumption is the mother of all (screw) ups.”
– a guy in that one movie
Everyone has a narrative in their life. It’s how we explain life, people, business, relationships and more. It’s the story we tell ourselves about others — their motivation and attitude — it’s our way of explaining how people, business and life operate.
The problem with our negative narratives is that we’re often dead wrong in the way we perceive things. This could not be truer than in business and the marketplace. In business, it is imperative we be accurate in our assessment of reality. Our company life and success depend on it.
The narratives we tell ourselves in life and business are often incorrect or incomplete. The problem is that we misjudge in our “narration” of others and call it “reality” and therefore often respond and react inappropriately. Bad decisions are made and even compounded. An example of this might be when a leader judges or “reads” another when they have absolutely no idea about the reality of the situation of that person. Leaders often make decisions based on wrong assumptions, bad data and poor interpretation of the facts. This phenomenon is problematic both in professional and personal life.
Relate this to customers, stake holders, competitors and the marketplace at large — we can end up completely misunderstanding an entire situation — possibly, even an entire relationship. The fundamental problem with our own “negative self-narration” is that it often leads to poor action, responses and results. This can lead to loss, bankruptcy, broken relationships — and not to mention business failure.
Negative business narration has three directions it can go:
Internal negative narrative — this type of “negative business narrative” tends toward our own self-justification and judgment of other’s internal drives. This is where we find it easy to presume we know the inner workings of other’s motivations, attitudes and how they think. Here, we find it easy to vilify others and justify ourselves. This is a narrative in which we can never see ourselves as wrong. When we vilify others, we often excuse ourselves. The phrase that is used is “excuse and accuse.” When we think like this, have no need for personal responsibility. Poor decisions are made when we presume to judge the motivation and intention of others. We can make all kinds of crazy happen in this state of thinking.
External negative narrative is where we perceive just the external circumstances and draw our conclusions. This is based on what we can perceive only externally. Here, mistakes in good judgment happen and the results are often disastrous. We have poor data with which we interpret and then make poor decisions. Garbage in, garbage out — more crazy decision making.
Assumption is the fuel of the negative narrative way of thinking. It is based primarily on guesswork. We all know what assumption means! When we assume that we know all about others and how their circumstances “seem,” we are on shaky ground.
This practice based in narrative negativity will result often in a life cut off and sequestered from others. This bitter “Lone Ranger Mentality” rules the day in many leaders, cultures and businesses. This kind of leadership is frightening. One thinks of Hitler or other autocratic leaders and shudders at the thought of this thinking drawn out to its logical and frightening conclusion.
So, what are the solutions? How can you and I prevent or redress becoming a “Debbie Downer”?
1. Have openness about life, people and relationships. Know that we have little or no control over others. We have incomplete information about others and no real way to know it all. What we really need is a new narration — the ability to be open and not get into the temptation to tell a story about others when we really don’t know all the facts. How can we possibly know the whole story about someone or the situation or how they got “there”? Be all about getting good, solid facts first!
2. Be a person of possibility. This starts with believing the human condition can improve, learn and evolve. We can learn to grow and actualize and enlighten personally, spiritually and mentally. This is not an easy task — but we actually can get better! We can learn, grow and leverage our strengths and weaknesses! Give others the benefit of the doubt. Stop the temptation to be the judge and jury. Trust some folks and their good intent. Take wise risks in believing in people. You’ll be surprised how trusting someone can really result in some positive outcomes and benefits. People thrive in a culture and atmosphere of genuine trust. Trust me!
3. Have trusted advisors. Stay close and value people in your life who are not afraid to push back when you begin your negative narration. Have business and personal friends who will challenge your dominant paradigm. Give someone the freedom to ask you hard questions and question your judgment and way of seeing things. This relationship will take time and trust.
4. Catch yourself. When you begin to mentally “go” negative — notice it and stop it. Get into the habit of stopping your own negativity and replace it with something more positive! Tell a new story or simply resist the tendency to tell any narrative at all. Be in the moment with people and be free to just experience them as they are. This truth can open the door to unknown and limitless possibility in life, business and community. Now go and re-tell your story today.
Scott Hammond works at Suddenlink Media and lives in McKinleyville with wife Joni and 5 of their 9 kids. His blog is www.BecomeaBetterFather.com and www.EveryDayDad.org and can be reached @ email@example.com.
My hip surgery journey all started with an accident body-surfing in Hawaii. We are body surfing at the beach in Kona, and I came up and my knee was really sore. That soreness developed over the next four days into a really gnarly knee injury. When I got back to the mainland, I had an X ray done and it turned out my knee was fine, but my hips were not.
Turns out I had early arthritis in both my hip joints and boy did that come as a surprise! As 2012 progressed, I discovered more stiffness and soreness to the point of actually taking medication. I tried it all– I tried Pilates, massage, Rolfing, working out, training, physical therapy, and more. None of it worked. I was stuck till I got a referral to the foremost authority on hips at Stanford Medical.
I finally went to Stanford University on a referral to a doctor Michael Bellino. Upon reviewing my most current x-ray he revealed that I had progressive arthritis in both hips. He assured me that he would be glad to perform a bilateral hip replacement surgery on me as the pain increased and I was ready to come in. So, in early 2013, I decided to pull the trigger and scheduled a surgery date for a bilateral hip replacement surgery at Stanford University. I was so glad I did.
As June 4 rolled around I was ready to go. I was quite excited and fearful at the same time. As I rolled into my new blue scrubs for surgery, a chill came over my heart and soul but was quickly replaced by sense of opportunity. I realize I was going to get a half-million dollar surgery on two joints that were shot. I realized the gift that was being given me, I became anxious and a good positive way–Real paradigm shift…
The surgery went well and I was told it was textbook in every way. The stay at Stanford is awesome. They’re like I five-star hotel in every single way. The trip home was long and hard and I got sore. Once at home, I realized that’s where healing begins. The home environment is the perfect healing environment and I have an awesome wife who made that happen. What I realized is that I needed time and medication and patience.
It’s been 50 days now since surgery. I have done it all. Drugs, walking, physical therapy, crawling the walls, occupying myself on Facebook, and so much more. What I realize is just this:
Number one, the love of God.
Number two, the love of an awesome wife.
Number three, the sense of the need to relax and let Life and healing unfold.
One thing I learned is to let life happen. As a type “A” personality; it’s so easy to want to get things done and be accomplished and to be successful and busy. One of the lessons I’m learning is to slow down and to enjoy my relationships. I really have an opportunity to enjoy my family. I’ve had an opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the area I live in as well as the simple pleasures of life.
Another lesson I’ve learned is to trust God and to not panic as life seems to carry on without me. Things like the trash getting taken out, people at work getting the job done, and just being provided for in general have all happened without my assistance. Imagine that! Life goes on without me and you? How dare it……!
So, I’m just moments and days away from returning to work and life is I knew it. My hope is that it will be life not as I knew it –but it has it can be in some sort of a new permeation. I’m hoping to be is more relaxed and more grateful and more appreciative. One thing I am learning is to let life happen. With my DNA, it’s so easy to want to get things done and be accomplished and successful and busy. One of the lessons I’m learning is to slow down and to enjoy my relationships. I really have an opportunity to enjoy my family. I’ve had an opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the area I live in as well as the simple pleasures of life.
Imagine that! Life goes on without me and you? They key is my relationships with people. My hope is that I can be quiet and be present and experience life, people, and God in the new more profound way. I’ll keep you posted…
Name: Gabriel Hammond Profession: Young Man (Downs and Autism—Don’t Judge him!) Years in Business: 14 1/2 Family Info: #6 of 8 Kids Hobbies: I Pad apps, swinging, manipulation of the Earth. Activities of Interest: Animals, trampoline fun, hot tubbing, eating, cruising, being mellow and observation of his surroundings. Super Power: He spreads joy around as if it was candy…..he is joyfully in the moment and causes others to stop and joyfully participate with him! Burning desire: To be an awesome player in the Universal Narrative. Something no one knows about me: A Hippie Chick observed Gabe with Grandpa Tom on the Arcata Plaza and said: ” He is so joyful—I seek moments of joy—Gabe lives in Joy”…..”I think he is more evolved!” Gabe has a tender heart toward God and people—a rare combo! Keys to Success: Total, absolute joyfulness—This guy is rarely unhappy or angry! Favorite Quote: Abby—Abby—Abby!!
My dear mother who is seventy-seven years old this year has been teaching first and second grade Sunday school for thirty years at the same church. I, too, teach Sunday school to elementary aged children. She often comments to me about the Sunday school curriculum and has concerns over the use of the Bible and scripture reading by the children. We make a point of opening the word of God and reading it word for word from the scriptures instead of just using the handouts provided. We also make sure that the kids that can read participate in reading the word out loud. She has expressed to me on so many occasions and I know it and believe with all my heart that the Sunday school stories alone, without the word of God, are not enough to give to the children.
The word of God is the only thing that will change hearts and minds. One of the most powerful scriptures that express the greatness of God’s word and its great impact on our lives is Hebrews 4:12. “For the word of God is living and active and sharper than any two-edged sword, and piercing as far as the division of soul and spirit, of both joints and marrow, and able to judge the thoughts and intentions of the heart.” (NAS) Another great scripture concerning the word of God is John 17:17. “Sanctify them in the truth; Your word is truth.” (NAS) This was part of the prayer that Jesus prayed for his disciples before he died on the cross, not only was it for his disciples then but for us now. The truth of God’s word will set our hearts free from the worries and stresses of the world. “…and you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free.” John 8:32 (NAS)
There is nothing more grounding, more life giving, more strengthening than the living word of God. He spoke the world into being – just through His words. His written word has the power to move mountains and strengthen hearts. When you teach the word of God to the little children you are giving them power over the darkness of this world. You are giving them the living word of our precious Father and His Son Jesus Christ. There is not a greater gift that you can give to a child or anyone for that matter. Sunday school may be the only access that some children have to the Bible and having the privilege of reading it and memorizing it.
Memorizing scripture is so very important for any age believer but it is so very important to get the scriptures engrained into the minds and hearts of the little ones so that they will have it for their whole lives. The word says, “Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” Matthew 19:14 (NIV) The word of God after implanted in their minds will come to them when their lives come to a cross road and they need to choose between God’s way or the world’s way. Or perhaps when they need encouragement, even in grade school and up through the school years children go through so many changes and situations arise where the word of God will remind them that He is with them and they need not be afraid.
My own mother taught both of my children Psalms 27 when they were just starting to talk. They both had half of it memorized by the time they were three or four and what a powerful Psalms it is. I cannot even tell you how many times this has helped both of my children through some hard times. Even when they are not consciously thinking about the Lord or His word He still reminds them because these scriptures are forever in their hearts and minds from an early age. Here is Psalm 27 from the New International Version Bible.
1 The Lord is my light and my salvation—
whom shall I fear?
The Lord is the stronghold of my life—
of whom shall I be afraid?
2 When the wicked advance against me
to devour me,
it is my enemies and my foes
who will stumble and fall.
3 Though an army besiege me,
my heart will not fear;
though war break out against me,
even then I will be confident.
4 One thing I ask from the Lord,
this only do I seek:
that I may dwell in the house of the Lord
all the days of my life,
to gaze on the beauty of the Lord
and to seek him in his temple.
5 For in the day of trouble
he will keep me safe in his dwelling;
he will hide me in the shelter of his sacred tent
and set me high upon a rock.
6 Then my head will be exalted
above the enemies who surround me;
at his sacred tent I will sacrifice with shouts of joy;
I will sing and make music to the Lord.
7 Hear my voice when I call, Lord;
be merciful to me and answer me.
8 My heart says of you, “Seek his face!”
Your face, Lord, I will seek.
9 Do not hide your face from me,
do not turn your servant away in anger;
you have been my helper.
Do not reject me or forsake me,
God my Savior.
10 Though my father and mother forsake me,
the Lord will receive me.
11 Teach me your way, Lord;
lead me in a straight path
because of my oppressors.
12 Do not turn me over to the desire of my foes,
for false witnesses rise up against me,
spouting malicious accusations.
13 I remain confident of this:
I will see the goodness of the Lord
in the land of the living.
14 Wait for the Lord;
be strong and take heart
and wait for the Lord.
There are so many more scriptures that my mom and I have taught to my children over the years and I can promise you that the results are always victorious in God’s word. My daughter has pushed herself beyond her introversion to do so many things for the glory of God, in her studies, in her career, and in her personal life. My son was drawn in by the world in his teens and has made some very bad decisions and yet the Lord has been dealing with him through His word and reminding my son of His great love for Him by the scriptures that were burned into his heart. God’s word never fails. Isaiah 55:10-11 from the New International Version of the Bible says:
10 As the rain and the snow
come down from heaven,
and do not return to it
without watering the earth
and making it bud and flourish,
so that it yields seed for the sower and bread for the eater,
11 so is my word that goes out from my mouth:
It will not return to me empty,
but will accomplish what I desire
and achieve the purpose for which I sent it.
As you read these verses you can see how powerful the word of God is and how very important it is and what a life giving gift you are giving the children that you are teaching in Sunday school or when teaching them to your own precious children. There is no better gift, nothing more powerful that you can give a child to hold onto than the living, breathing, active word of our wonderful Lord and Savior. Listen to what John 1:1-5 says about our marvelous God and His Son Jesus Christ.
1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 He was with God in the beginning. 3 Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made. 4 In him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind. 5 The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.
God came down and became flesh to save us because He knew that on our own we could not keep His commandments. It is only by His great grace and His death on the cross and shedding of His blood that we are able to be saved. He gave us His word in written form to reveal to us His saving grace, to encourage us, and to sustain us in this world because He knew it would not be easy. There is no greater gift that you can give another individual than His word and when you give it to a child you are giving them life in abundance and salvation for their very souls.
Stephanie has many years of experience as a nanny. She has always loved children and has continuously been involved in childcare activities. Currently she is one of the writers for houstonnanny.com. If you want to get in touch with her, you can email her at stephanie. Houstonnanny @ gmail. com.
In honor of Father’s Day and fathers everywhere….
www.becomeabetterfather.com is sponsoring our 5TH Annual Father’s Day Writing Contest.
We want to know our readers opinions of what it takes to be a AWESOME father.
We value your opinion and would love to hear from you and what you think makes a great dad.
The question we pose is:
” MY DAD IS AWESOME BECAUSE__________________.”
Here are the official rules…
- Write about what you think an AWESOME father is (A poem,essay, or other writing form) LIMIT 300-500 WORDS and simply email to us!
- Email your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org
- You must have your entry posted by midnight, Pacific Standard Time, June 30th, 2013.
- July 1st, 2013, the lovely Mrs. Hammond will pick a winner based on what she think rocks!
- The winner receives a free full one-hour consultation with Scott Hammond, an Every Day Book, a full-featured blog post on www.becomeabetterfather and much more!
- We will post an entry on this blog in July 2013, containing links to the winning entry…… so you will get a free link out of the deal.
- You will win an autographed copy of the Every Day Dad: the Guide to Becoming a Better Father!!
- You will feel good about your life and mission….
That’s it and good luck! The question remains: “MY DAD IS AWESOME BECAUSE…..”
Scott Hammond FO-9
Father of Nine
Name: Micah Hammond
Years in Business: About 9
Family Info: Large
Hobbies: Construction of amazing contraptions from duct tape, cardboard, and other household items
Activities of Interest: Legos, Video Games, Mine Craft, anything with Video
Burning desire: To become King/Ruler/Emperor
Something no one knows about me: Has an amazing tender heart
Keys to Success: Total, absolute creativity—-Is able to move on after blowing up
Favorite Quote: “Jack Ass—Turd Sandwich”—-Learned from elder brother Jacob and delivered to older brother Aaron
Your Narrative—In Business and Life
“Assumption the Mother of all Screw ups.”
– Line in the movie “Under Siege 2—Dark Territory”
Everyone has a narrative in their life. It’s how we explain life, people, business, relationships, and more. It’s the story we tell ourselves about others–their motivation and attitude–it’s our way of explaining how people, business, and life operate.
The problem with our negative narratives is that we’re often dead wrong in the way we perceive people, organizations, and circumstances. This could not be truer than in business and the marketplace. In business, it is imperative we be accurate in our assessment of reality.
Often, the narratives we tell ourselves in life and business are most often incorrect and incomplete.
Relate this to customers, stake holders, competition and the marketplace at large–with this wrong “reading” of we end up misjudging, miscalculating, and completely misunderstanding an entire situation– possibly even an entire relationship. The fundamental problem with our own “self-narration” is that it often leads to poor action, responses, and results. This can lead to loss, bankruptcy, broken relationships and companies—not to mention business competitiveness.
Negative business narration has two directions it can go.
Internal negative narrative—this type of negative business narrative tends toward our own self-justification and judgment of other’s internal drives. This is where we find it easy to presume we know the inner workings of other’s motivations, attitudes, and how they think. Here, we find it easy to vilify others and justify ourselves. This is a narrative in which we can never see ourselves as wrong. When we vilify others we excuse ourselves. The phrase that is used is “excuse and accuse”. When we excuse ourselves and accuse others, we have no grounds for personal responsibility. Poor decisions are made when our internal narration of others runs askew. We are on shaky ground when we presume to judge the motivation and intention of others.
External negative narrative is where we read just the external circumstances and draw our (often incorrect) conclusions. This is based on what we can perceive only externally. Here, mistakes in good judgment happen and the results are usually disastrous. We have poor information which leads to bad interpretation and then we make poor decisions. When we have bad data we make bad decisions leading to poor outcomes. Enough said: Garbage in=Garbage out.
Assumption is the fuel of the negative narrative paradigm. It is based primarily on guess work. We all know what assumption means! When we assume and presume that we know more about others and how their circumstances “seem”–we are on shaky ground.
This assumption and vilification based in narrative negativity will result often in a life cut off and sequestered from others. This bitter “Lone Ranger Mentality” rules the day in many leaders, cultures, and managers. This kind of leadership is, frankly, frightening. One thinks of Hitler and others in history and shudders at the thought of the negative narrative drawn out to its logical and frightening conclusion.
So, what are the solutions?
1. Have openness about life, people, and relationships –Know that we have little or no control over others. We have, at best, incomplete information about others and no real way to know it all. What we really need is a new narration–the ability to be open and not get into the temptation to tell a story about others when we really don’t know all the facts. How can we possibly know the whole story about someone or the situation or how they got “there”? Be all about getting good, solid facts first!
2. Be a Person of Possibility– this starts with believing the human condition can improve, learn and evolve. We can learn to grow and actualize and enlighten personally, spiritually, and mentally. This is not an easy task—but we actually can get better! We can learn, grow, and leverage our strengths and weaknesses! Give others the benefit of the doubt. Stop the temptation to be judge and jury—give others the benefit of the doubt. Trust some folks and their good intent. Take (wise) risks in believing in people. You’ll be surprised how trusting someone can really result in some positive outcome and benefits. People thrive in a culture and atmosphere of genuine trust. Trust me…!
3. Have Trusted Advisors—Stay close and value people in your life who are not afraid to push back when you begin negative narration. Have business friends who will challenge your dominant paradigm. Give them freedom to ask you hard questions and to question your judgment and ways of seeing things. This relationship takes time, trust, and relationship building.
4. Catch yourself. When you begin to mentally “go” negative—notice it and stop it. Get into the habit of stopping your own negativity and replace it with something more positive! Tell a new story or simply resist the tendency to tell any narrative at all. Be in the moment with people and be free to just experience them as they are. This truth can open the door to unknown and limitless possibility in life, business, and culture. Now go and re-tell your story today….
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