Category Archives: Tool Room

Feedback on what’s working, tool-wise, in the field.

Become the Creative you’ve Always Wanted to be by Embracing these Seven Habits

by Louis Chew The most commonly held belief about creativity is that it’s elusive, esoteric and unique only to the anointed few. The ancient Greeks believed that creativity was a divine attendant spirit that came to human beings from some … Continue reading

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Five Marks of a Servant Leader

by LifeWay Leadership / Jon Bloom All professing Christians agree that a Christian leader should be a servant leader. Jesus couldn’t be clearer: “The kings of the Gentiles exercise lordship over them, and those in authority over them are  called … Continue reading

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The Financial Matrix

The Financial Matrix, like the fictitious Matrix in the film, is a system of governmental money control designed to keep people in bondage to debt (control the flow of capital & you control the masses & a culture of borrowing). … Continue reading

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2 0 1 8 [the Next Level!]

Happy New Year! What’s the #NextLevel for you in 2018? Bust through that comfort zone & #JustDoIt! The Gym – where I regroup, de-stress, recharge & reframe . . . (and sweat!) #MakeItCount  

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3 Tactics to Remember that Idea You Just Forgot

Nat Eliason in Marketing If you do anything remotely creative, then you naturally come up with ideas throughout the day. These could be articles to write, marketing tactics to try, businesses to test, books to read, people to contact, anything. … Continue reading

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Why Leaders Should Pray

Leaders should be known as men & women who pray. They should also be known as people who work hard (the two are not mutually exclusive) Why should leaders pray?   Prayer is an essential leadership activity. Prayer brings the … Continue reading

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Leadership & Why the Green Box Matters

Posted by Orrin Woodward on March 23, 2017 Life without purpose, a purpose that gives meaning to the mundane tasks of life, is merely endless ennui, a meaningless series of Sisyphean tasks where one rolls a rock uphill only to … Continue reading

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