Coming To Town

Not long after Money & You, I took a short workshop in Mastery, and the one big take-away for me was when the instructor told us how he studies stand-up comedy. It wasn’t about the jokes or getting big laughs,...
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The burly, bearded man addressed us in an accent of proper Queen’s English mixed with some heavy Brooklynese, “Imagine spending your life climbing the corporate ladder only to find out when you reach the top that it’s up against the...
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At the closing of Money & You, they threw one more thought-provocation at me that needed to be answered privately, in my weekend’s conference notebook: “If money were no object, and therefore not a concern of yours, what would you...
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Part Four of Four: A new demonstration was about to take place, but it was no longer a team communication. My hands began to cramp and started to close up, folding in half, thumb to pinky, and then bending in...
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Part Three of Four: “We got this! The rest of the words will be easy now,” or so we thought, believing that all we would have to do was pick another word and match it to its colored block, and boom,...
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