Unplugging while plugging along

Some of my best thinking comes when I'm the least plugged in, like when I'm hoisting a 300 pound barbell above my head. In a recent post at the ACRLog, Stephen Bell writes of the importance of unplugging as a way to calm down a bit and maintain balance.   I was particularly interested in... Continue Reading →

Learning to brainstorm

We've recently had a whiteboard installed in our office conference room.   The purpose of the whiteboard is to jot down all the great ideas that my colleagues have and collect them in one place.   In an effort to get folks into the practice of brainstorming, my colleague, Sherri, taped two paper cups to... Continue Reading →

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