Monthly Archives: December 2010

“I’m Not Creative.”

Let’s put this to rest right away. You may think you’re not creative, but trust me, you’re creative. Many people assume that “being creative” means the same thing as having the skills or talents that a painter, musician or playwright … Continue reading

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Tut, Tut, I’m in a Rut

A few years ago we had a leaky faucet in our upstairs bathroom. After about three months of gentle reminders, my very patient wife suggested that if I wasn’t going to repair it, then perhaps I should call the plumber. … Continue reading

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Fear Not

I once coached an executive who, at a very young age, had risen to V.P. at a major financial services company in Manhattan. I asked him what he attributed his success to and he told me, “I’ve never been afraid … Continue reading

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What Is Breakthrough Thinking?

A few years ago during one of my workshops, a participant had a problem that he wanted the class to help him with. The issue had to do with the disposal of wastewater in the plant where he worked. He … Continue reading

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