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for: ‘Movies’

Why It’s Important To Know Where Your Food Comes From

Let’s be honest with each other, just for a minute.  When this subject matter (the state of our environment) comes up, it creates guilt all around.  If I’m recycling, I expect you to recycle.  If you’re using energy-saving light bulbs, and I’m not, you’re miffed.  It’s really not conducive to a working relationship. So, I […]

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Sites To Browse During Your Day

Fun things for a Thursday morning. The National Film Board of Canada has released a new (and free) app for the iPad or iPhone, allowing viewers to see thousands of free documentaries, animations, and trailers in their archives.  [Download here.]  You can stream them on the web as well.  Perfect for the upcoming holiday weekend, […]

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You Are Not Alone

Boy, do I have a treat for you today.  It comes via Kevin Kaiser’s site.  It’s a must-see, 20-minute film called “The Butterfly Circus,” directed by Joshua Weigel.  Such a powerful, sweet story!  It redeems the movie industry, in my mind, for just a little longer.  [When most movies now are made for Joe Schmoe […]

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Rethinking the Human Narrative

Ah, it seems like it’s been so long since I’ve sat here by you, chatting.  We mustn’t do this again–this whole neglecting our conversation thingamajig. I’ve just returned from Colorado Springs, where I met a group of amazing and wonderful people who are eager to collaborate in some way.  [I won’t go into details here, […]

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The Why of What You Do

Turns out, lots of businesses can tell you what they’re selling and how their product works, but that alone doesn’t make you want to buy.  If they can somehow explain the why to you, they might be successful. This talk by Simon Sinek is about the golden circle–thinking from the inside out.  [You start with […]

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