Life is good bag

I was browsing addnature and Naturkompaniet looking for products from Snugpak (I have their Kit Monster 65 bag in red) when I noticed a bag from Life is good. The smiling face and the text "Life is good" hooked me, I later went into Naturkompaniet in Malmö and bought the bag.

Michael Wolff – Intel Visual Life

This is a really interesting video, six minutes well spent. Michael Wolff talks about his three "muscles": Curiosity, Appreciation and Imagination. He says about cooking that "You never cook the same meal twice." That goes for other things too, a beginner's mind makes things fresh. Video: Intel Visual Life - Michael Wolff Source: Intel Visual … Continue reading Michael Wolff – Intel Visual Life

Always Be Closing

Today I attended a sales seminar called "Always Be Closing" with Steve Schiffman. Stephan Schiffman has been a leader in motivational and sales training since 1979. He is a Certified Management Consultant, and has trained and consulted to a wide range of corporations including IBM, AT&T, Motorola, Sprint, CIGNA, and a host of other organizations … Continue reading Always Be Closing

Brené Brown – The Price of Invulnerability

My previous post, Brené Brown on Connection, made me look around for more videos at You Tube and I found Brené Brown - The Price of Invulnerability. That's another great presentation by Brené Brown. TEDxKC talk synopsis: In our anxious world, we often protect ourselves by closing off parts of our lives that leave us … Continue reading Brené Brown – The Price of Invulnerability

Brené Brown on Connection

Sarah Robinson has a post about More On Living a Connected Life at Escaping Mediocrity. It's a terrific video with Brene Brown from TEDx Houston. I had problems viewing the video at Sarah's site so I located the video on You Tube, TEDxHouston - Brené Brown. The video is 20 minutes long (or short rather, … Continue reading Brené Brown on Connection