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WHEN AMERICA BECOMES OUR RELIGION…

One after another, the talking heads called it;  some jubilantly, some solemnly, and some begrudgingly. The yearlong onslaught of attack ads, stump speeches, cold calls, and polls all led us to this moment.  18 months, 6 billion dollars, some historically important moments all leading to this outcome.  And it was all over by 10:30pm on […]

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SHAPERS: SEVENLY…

Social media really can change the world. Really.  It’s not just hype.  It’s not just cliche.  The power of YOUR on-line network can do something real, something tangible, to affect a disparaging situation in the world.  And, you can look good doing it. Sevenly is part shirt company, part activist community, and part tech company.  Their […]

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THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AVERAGE AND GREAT

The difference between average (unnoticed) and great (reputable) in today’s culture revolves around one thing:  customer service. Customer service revolves around one thing:  creating an experience which benefits the customer.  In the restaurant business, this means creating a unique dining experience combining food, drinks, service, and environment to generate a certain emotional response to your […]

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REBELS and REVOLUTIONARIES

A rebel is someone without a cause.   (Yup, that pun was intended).  A rebel is someone who is frustrated by their life.  Someone who thinks they are stifled by their current systems, rules, and regulations.  Rebels shout a lot, go against the system in an effort to stand out, and pierce things.  Rebels are […]

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SUNDAY CASUALTIES (Religions Perverts…..part 1)

Each Sunday, roughly 40% of America’s population can be found attending a church service of some variety.  According to most research, this translates to roughly 118 million people (research here). This means that each Sunday morning, we find ourselves in a position to radically influence the fabric of our society and culture…to offer hope in […]

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