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Connectivity 2.0: The New Normal

We have changed the way we’ve done things over the last month or so, one of them is how we shop for groceries.  As we phase back into the economy,

Gary is Not Normal

Patrick Holmes sat down with Gary to learn his personal story. It was an incredibly impactful experience and provides insight into why Gary does what he does and what motivates him. It’s titled “Gary is Not Normal,” and even clients who have known Gary for many years may learn some new things!

2020: The Future is Here!

It may seem unbelievable that we’re already saying hello to the year 2020! Weren’t we just counting down to the year 2000? Believe it or not, we’ve far surpassed the “set in the future” movie timeframes of 2001: A Space Odyssey and Back to the Future Part II (Marty McFly and Doc Brown traveled to 2015). Even Blade Runner’s futuristic world of flying cars and space colonies was set in what is now the past (last month, to be exact)!

Joyful Christmas Traditions

One of the joys of the holiday season is sharing traditions with the people you love. If you’re looking for some new traditions or to bring back ones you remember from childhood, click on this link for some fun ideas. The best part? You’ll make cherished memories with loved ones, sharing festive and fun experiences—something that lasts much longer than any material gift might.

Slow Down and Give Thanks

It seems that every year, the holiday season arrives faster and faster. This year, with Thanksgiving being so late, you may find yourself rushing more than usual to squeeze in gift-buying, getting together with friends, and various holiday celebrations, before 2020 is upon us. But before all that, there’s Thanksgiving, here to remind us to take a breath and enjoy who and what we have in our lives.

Book Review: The Road Less Stupid

“The difference between successful people and very successful people is that very successful people say no to almost everything.” That’s a quote from Warren Buffett—the Oracle of Omaha, kind of a smart guy.

If You Had Only 3 People You Could Invite to Dinner, Who Would They Be?

Heart, mind, and philosophy. Why would I mention those three things? Well, because someone once asked me, “If you had only three people to invite to dinner, who would they be?” For me, Heart would be Mother Theresa, Mind would be Einstein, and Philosophy would be my favorite philosopher, Plato.

How We Consume Knowledge Through Technology

A few years ago, I read a book with a sort of funny title called, Moonwalking with Einstein by Joshua Foer. I think that was back in 2011. The book discusses a concept known as memory palaces. I won’t take you too far down into this, but it theorizes about how ancient civilizations and even more modern people, before printed books became common, passed down stories

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