Friction and Polished Things

I have an incredible opportunity to put myself in front of some of the best thinkers in my organization on a regular basis. It's a blessing, a lot of hard work, and worth every minute. One of those people I've worked with and for, going on 8 years. She regularly channels things that are profound, … Continue reading Friction and Polished Things

May Reflection, June Adventure

A look back at May to start with. Amazing month for IBtP with over 137 views and 111 visitors. Accessed by 8 countries with US, India, and South Africa being the top countries checking out IBtP. Thank you all 🙏 for your likes, comments, and views! You made this month of May the second best … Continue reading May Reflection, June Adventure

Sensory Markers Are Keys to Avoiding Groundhog Day Syndrome

Using the back and white picture I took above, what do you imagine it smelled like? What colors do you think you'd see? How would the seats feel? What about the temperature? You think it's cold out? What sounds would be heard? I've learned that people will forgive what you said, people will forgive what … Continue reading Sensory Markers Are Keys to Avoiding Groundhog Day Syndrome

Innovation Is Our Success

Most of us are capable of being more innovative than we demonstrate. Most if not all of us at some point were taught to be restrained, narrow, focused, hesitant, overly cautious, conservative, afraid to fail, and completely unwilling to make a fool of ourselves. This can bring a very chilling affect to an innovative spirit … Continue reading Innovation Is Our Success