Coming To Town

Part Two of Four: The game itself began by having each person at the table take two-minutes to tell the rest of the team “What I feel like saying is...” While each person spoke, the other members of your team were...
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Part One of Four: Saturday night's game wasn't a game for winners and losers, only learners. This wasn't going to be a game for lightweights, but in fact a game that would take you to the place that makes you...
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Unemployed at thirty-six, with two little kids, a mortgage, car loans, and credit card debt was a new reality for me. Some of my old Inhouse clients and a few new friends with their own businesses came to my rescue...
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There was a pattern forming on my resume where every significant position I had held was a three-year stint. Douglas Samuel turned out to be five, simply because after the first three, it took another two just to get out...
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When Zig started working part-time at Inhouse he was just about failing out of William Paterson and was slowly losing interest in the idea of being a graphic designer at all. When we first sat down to get to know...
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