Posts Tagged 'Legendary Ideas'

The Lesson I Learned from Doodle Jump

August 8 20112 Commented

Categorized Under: Legendary

So I was going through my touch flipping through applications the other day, when I came across it.  Doodle Jump.  For those of you who don’t know what Doodle Jump is, it’s an insanely addictive game where you move a little Doodler as he jumps from platform to platform, evading obstacles and monsters, to try […]

Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway

June 3 20112 Commented

Categorized Under: Courage

The difference between intention and action is courage.  It gives life to our virtues.  It is the foundation that creates a reality around those beliefs. The word courage comes from the same stem as the French word Coeur, meaning heart. In Rollo May’sThe Courage to Create, he explains how courage is the essence that pumps vitality into […]

Making a Better Work Environment

May 22 2011No Commented

Categorized Under: Better Business

“If it isn’t fun, why do it?” says Jerry Greenfield of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream. Its ironic that what many of us dread, another day of work, is supposed to be an environment for productivity, creativity, and innovation. Work and play are considered opposite ends of the spectrum.  But can the two co-exist?  Can we have […]

The Fox and the Hedgehog

March 19 2011No Commented

Categorized Under: Awareness

There is the common misconception that with the influx of information there is an increase in knowledge. We live in a world of rationalizers. I am going to tell you right here and now that openness is the remedy to a fixed mindset.  Now let me momentarily diverge to give clarity to this idea of filtered […]