It’s been too long. I’ve had it in my mind to write this post since I published my first 50 Things I’m Grateful For… post last year. I kept finding cool things to blog about, and before I knew it, more than a year had passed. So here goes… I’m grateful for (take 2)… myContinue reading “50 (More) Things I’m Grateful For…”
Monthly Archives: July 2013
Facebook: Dead or Alive?
We’ve had some interesting discussions recently on the Clearly Conveyed Communications Facebook page. (If you haven’t checked it out yet, take a look and let us know what you think!) One of them this week was, coincidentally, about Facebook. Is this social platformContinue reading “Facebook: Dead or Alive?”
What Makes You, You?
WordPress.com’s Weekly Writing Challenge: A Pinch of You got me thinking. What makes you, you exactly? All of us are made up of a special mix of physical traits, intangibles and, shall we say, character flaws. So what’s your recipe? Here’s mine. Enjoy! Shine Soup Ingredients 2 c introversion 1 c water (fresh, salt, chlorinatedContinue reading “What Makes You, You?”
Robin Roberts on Courage
“When fear knocks, let faith answer the door.” – Robin Roberts Congratulations, Robin, on receiving the Arthur Ashe Award for courage at the 2013 ESPYS. You are an inspiration. Watch Robin Roberts’ Journey, a look at Robin’s amazing story, by clicking on her photo. Photo courtesy of ESPN
Curiosity // by Alastair Reid
Curiosity by Alastair Reid Curiosity may have killed the cat; more likely the cat was just unlucky, or else curious to see what death was like, having no cause to go on licking paws, or fathering litter on litter of kittens, predictably. FACE IT. Curiosity will not cause us to die — only lack of itContinue reading “Curiosity // by Alastair Reid”
TED Radio Hour asks: “Why do we collaborate?”
Intriguing thoughts on “Why We Collaborate” from the fine folks at TED. Worth a listen! Why do we collaborate? What are your thoughts? Cheers, Jaime
Is Your Business Like Cheers?
Recently I’ve watched a few episodes of the classic show, Cheers (thank you, Netflix!), and remembered why I always enjoyed hanging out with the gang at the friendly bar in Boston. The show’s tagline, Where Everybody Knows Your Name, says it all. The characters came across as regular people who you would love to discussContinue reading “Is Your Business Like Cheers?”
America the Beautiful
Freedom isn’t free… Thank you to the men and women of the Armed Forces who have served and sacrificed at home and around the world to keep us free. We hope our US friends had a safe and happy Fourth of July and continue celebrating (and remembering) through the holiday weekend. Wow, 237 years old.Continue reading “America the Beautiful”
Wild: A Journey That Takes You Along For The Ride
I recently crossed an entry off my ever-growing reading list by tackling Wild by Cheryl Strayed. Part memoir, part cathartic experience, this gripping read brings you along during Strayed’s journey of hiking the Pacific Coast Trail (PCT). “I was alone. I was barefoot. I was twenty-six years old and an orphan too. An actual stray,Continue reading “Wild: A Journey That Takes You Along For The Ride”