Emotion is the moment when steel meets flint and a spark is struck forth, for emotion is the chief source of consciousness. There is no change from darkness to light or from inertia to movement without emotion.
~ Carl Jung
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Monthly Archives: May 2012
Folks are always looking for short cuts to get results. 5 steps to do this, checklists to become an expert in that, 7 habits to help you get to whatever. There’s no doubt there’s value in lists, steps and processes, … Continue reading
Here’s another of the previous notes I have on Facebook that I’m moving over slowly to my blog. I decided to move this one tonight based on the references to dog’s and fear aggression in my last post. This was … Continue reading
I got hurt today. Not physically, but took a bruising to the emotional ego. It shouldn’t have happened, but I should have seen it coming. The signs were all there and I failed to recognize them. That I was in … Continue reading
In marketing, in the era of social media and customer involvement, we as marketers talk about the idea of being real, authentic, transparent and honest. We say that customers want to know you’re legitimate and “human”, that there’s a personality … Continue reading
“It could have been worse,” she said very kindly. Yes, yes it most certainly could have. Believe me, I’ve used that phrase many times and alternately been called an optimist and a pessimist for it. Being labeled for saying that … Continue reading