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I See You: Why Your Digital Avatar Matters As An Entrepreneur

“I see you.” — Neytiri from Avatar “Here’s looking at you, kid.” — Rick Blaine from Casablanca Pop culture has a way of holding up a virtual mirror and showcasing the best and worst human traits, the mundane and the … Continue reading

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Intellectual Transcendence and Entrepreneurial Opportunity Part 3: Honing Your Empathy

“When you get down to the True Self and speak from that, there is always a metamorphosis.” — Brenda Ueland, Author: If You Want to Write “A prerequisite to empathy is simply paying attention to the person in pain.”— Daniel … Continue reading

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Intellectual Transcendence and Entrepreneurial Opportunity Part 2: Crafting Your Story

“I have a special interest in what they’re thinking and who they are and who’s hiding behind those eyes….what’s the story, really?” — Alice Walker “Animation offers a medium of story telling and visual entertainment which can bring pleasure and … Continue reading

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The Road to Success in Entrepreneurship Part 2: Unlearning Things

“The first problem for all of us, men and women, is not to learn, but to unlearn.” — Gloria Steinem “Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.” — Albert Einstein This is my … Continue reading

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The Train Tracks Underneath the Visual Content Based Social Media Train: Part 10- Making the Case for Humor

“When humor works, it works because it’s clarifying what people already feel.” – Tina Fey “I think the scariest person in the world is the person with no sense of humor.” – Michael J. Fox The winter of 2014 will … Continue reading

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The Train Tracks Underneath the Visual Content Based Social Media Train: Part 9- The Artistry and Architecture of Humor

“You grow up the day you have the first real laugh; at yourself.” — Ethel Barrymore “I’ve always believed that there are funny people everywhere, but they’re just not comedians. In fact, some of my best comedic inspirations were not … Continue reading

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The Train Tracks Underneath the Visual Content Based Social Media Train: Part 8- Two Types of Humor Via #Snowmageddon 2014

“In comedy, something may be more absurd, but you have to believe.” – Jenna Elfman “If you can find humor in anything, you can survive it.” – Bill Cosby I started writing this blog as a window into my entrepreneurial … Continue reading

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