I suffer from Half-Heimers. My wife says I can’t remember half the stuff she asks me to remember.
Not all. Just half.
For example, I forgot what I was going to blog about today.
So today’s blog post is my 404 not found post.
I hope the subtle humor is not lost on you.
The 404 Not Found error message is ubiquitous and annoying enough that several creatives have graced the interwebs with their clever 404 pages.
October 15 is White Cane Safety Day. So what’s the deal with the white cane?
I collaborated with the Society for the Blind to understand.
See what’s possible at vspblog.com
How many times have you been coaxed into participating in a brainstorming session? Did you feel that the results warranted the investment of time, energy, resources, people?
This post at The Heart of Innovation proposes a concept that contradicts prevalent thought: that braincalming rather than brainstorming produces results.
I love this extract:
“Every wonder why so many people get their best ideas during “down time” — the time just before they go to sleep… or just after waking… or in dreams… or in the shower… or in the car on the way home from work?”
Check out their post
Meetings. Meetings. Meetings. If used intelligently, meetings can help to share sensitive information face to face, discuss and gather information, educate and motivate, direct and decide. But if not managed correctly, meetings can kill productivity, waste valuable resources, or demotivate employees.
Read Matthew Hussey’s post: “7 Steps to a Perfect Meeting” and see if there are suggestions you can use.
For years, I’ve ridden the Tour de Cure, the fund-raising bicycle ride to benefit the American Diabetes Association. I’ve ridden for a coworker’s son, my supervisor, my mentor, my wife’s friend, and others.
But this year, I learned my own brother has been diagnosed with pre-diabetes. Now this fight got personal.
Maybe you know someone affected by diabetes. Maybe it’s your family member. Maybe it’s yourself.
I’m riding again to raise awareness. To fight. To Stop Diabetes.
Join my team and ride. Sponsor a rider. Or share our links to raise awareness among your own circle of friends.
“Why are we asking the blind woman whether she wants a red or a white bullhorn?”
That strange phrase woke me up one night. I had just suffered through a nightmare where a team of coworkers were arguing over a bullhorn, whether it should be red or white. A lot of money and time was going into that argument.
Then I blurted out “why are we asking the blind woman whether she wants a red or a white bullhorn?”
And woke up with a jolt.
Do you find yourself going down a path, stopping at a fork in the road, debating the decision, only to stop and ask if indeed you’re even on the right journey?
This innovation geewhizdom was inspired by a bullhorn.