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Hi, everyone, I am looking to upgrade the site here. WordPress has been wonderful for me but I want to start getting serious about Story Arch. The first step is to turn Story Arch into a self-hosted website where I can keep track of what you all want...
by Story Arch on Sep 30, 2014

A Recipe For Failure: Focusing On Success

When cooking food, a little too much or too little of an ingredient can ruin a dish. So if you are cooking from a great recipe, it is vital to focus on every aspect of building that recipe in a way that will yield success. Great meals don’t co...
by Linked 2 Leadership on Sep 30, 2014

suggestions to make the cooking area ends up being stylish and minimalist appearance

Cooking Area design Ideas - if supplying your cooking area an improvement is on your listing of issues at the minute you will definitely want to be mindful of all the most present trends in kitchen location design. It does not matter precisely what y...
by HOME DESIGN TRENDS on Sep 25, 2014

On Leadership and Succession Planning – Avoiding Costly Mistakes

Recently, my wife Mary and I discussed the need to review and update our will, which is now about fifteen years old. The next day over coffee a friend asked me if I had a will. Later that day in a random conversation, a stranger mentioned that he kne...
by Linked 2 Leadership on Sep 25, 2014

Pop Culture Academy 3

What I Learned from Paranormal TV Showsby Alison BruceIf I learned nothing else from shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel and Supernatural, there's no great virtue in virginity. In fact, it can be hazardous to your health. Of course, sex can be...
by thepopculturedivas on Sep 24, 2014

Leadership Lessons From the NFL’s Domestic Violence Controversy

With the horrific behaviors of some NFL players in the news (Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson and many more) there is a renewed focus on the topic of abuse. It is completely appropriate that these conversations are taking place because no advancement in hu...
by Linked 2 Leadership on Sep 23, 2014

Curious - Learn, teach, and share online video lessons

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by Bir Fikrin mi Var on Sep 17, 2014

TED-Ed - Lessons Worth Sharing

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by Bir Fikrin mi Var on Sep 15, 2014

On Leadership and Facing a Massive Data Breach

Data breaches are becoming a serious threat to companies of all sizes. But many business leaders are underestimating the debilitating costs associated with a hack — and paying the price for this ignorance. Data Breach on Someone’s Watch Look...
by Linked 2 Leadership on Sep 14, 2014

Getting the most out of type…

Growing up… growing old; not the same thing at all.
by Type Oh! on Sep 14, 2014

A Cowgirl looks (squints) at 60.

I notice I wear my glasses in the shower more often these days. Unintentionally. I mention it because as I write this, it’s my 60th birthday and I had a revelation in the shower. Wait, it gets worse. I’ve decided it’s time to start...
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Sep 12, 2014

Success Mantra How to become successful in life ?

Success mantra – how to Become successful in life ? It is truly said “Success is not an accident , is is no miracle either it is simply a matter of cause and effects.”  This is not an article based on opinions, It neither has to...
by techunger on Sep 11, 2014

Finding The Best Writing Advice

Finding good writing advice can be an extremely frustrating process. You may be excited by the promise of articles and books on writing, only to become disheartened  when you apply the advice and your writing doesn’t improve. If I could offer...
by Notes from an Alien on Sep 9, 2014

Hey Leaders: Lighten Up a Little

One of my favorite Walt Disney quotes is, “That’s the real trouble with the world, too many people grow up.” Now think about it a minute. You don’t need to “grow up,” in the common sense of the word, to be “professional” or a “leade...
by Linked 2 Leadership on Sep 2, 2014

Be a Pioneer: Five Power Tips For Moving Onward

“Our duty, as men and women, is to proceed as if limits to our ability did not exist.” -Unknown   Somewhere around the junior high school years, our U.S. history classes cover the compelling stories of trailblazing people venturing west—cr...
by Lead Change Group on Aug 28, 2014

On Leadership and The Value You Bring Your Followers

So Leaders: What’s your value proposition to your followers? “The employee is regarded by the employer merely in the light of his value as an operative. His productive capacity alone is taken into account.” ~ Leland Stanford Compelling Value...
by Linked 2 Leadership on Aug 25, 2014

On Leadership and Reaching Beyond Wonder

Leadership is understanding the balance between the push for purpose and the need for action. Human beings are drawn to thoughts of what’s possible and what could be. We are built for a focus on a brighter future. But a critical leadership skill is...
by Linked 2 Leadership on Aug 22, 2014

Seattle Roses

Sometimes we all need to stop and smell the roses. On a morning walk, I found a bit of Portland in Seattle and took the time to write for the first time during the week.
by Story Arch on Aug 22, 2014

On Leadership and Morning Routines

Hey Leader: Does Your Morning Routine Matter? “For the past 33 years, I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: ‘If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?’ And whenever the answer h...
by Linked 2 Leadership on Aug 18, 2014

Articles of Faith: Leadership, Legacy and Grasping the Wind

This post is part of our Sunday Series titled “Articles of Faith.” We investigate leadership lessons from the Bible. See the whole series here. Published only on Sundays. Guard your heart above all else, for it determines the course of your life.
by Linked 2 Leadership on Aug 17, 2014
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