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The Choice is YOURS: Clients!

The Choice is YOURS: Clients!
Can you really "fire" a customer?

How will you CHOOSE your "normal?"

How will you CHOOSE your "normal?"
We establish our "normal" through our actions, with our friend groups, in relating to our families (or not) and so on.  We build up a certain micro-culture that works for us - or we say it does.

How to FAIL in business without really trying

How to FAIL in business without really trying
All you have to do is NOT SUCK!

Check Please! Chapter 13: Check Your Head!

Check Please! Chapter 13: Check Your Head!
Power? Check.  Stabilizers?  Check.  Thrusters? Check. Cognitive performance? Check.  Joy of life? Check.  Hang on....

Hobbies to Inspire the Kids Without Hurting Your Wallet

Hobbies to Inspire the Kids Without Hurting Your Wallet
You don’t have to spend your life savings to give your kids awesome experiences.

Check Please! Chapter 12: Check Your Boundaries!

Custom illustrations by Michael Ganser
It's a conundrum isn't it?  Either you check your boundaries or they'll "check" you?

Check Please! Chapter 11: Check Your Troubles!

Custom illustrations by Michael Ganser
Don't we love feeding that wolf?

Check Please! Chapter 10: Check Your Standards

Custom illustrations by Michael Ganser
What may be frustrating you may also be what makes you unique!

Check Please! Chapter 9: Check Your Emotions!

Custom illustrations by Michael Ganser
Are you a puppy on parole?  After all the house arrest we've experienced as a country, it's hard not to cut loose!

Check Please! Chapter 5: Check your business!

The TAG Art Fun Farm in New Haven Indiana
Or perhaps "mind your own business" would be more appropriate these days?

Oh, you do that too? Tips for creatives forced into sales

Dinosaurs; Dinosaur entertainment; Event entertainment
It's the sales person's job to provide a complete set of options, but in our "bigger, faster, stronger" culture, shouldn't it be the customer's job to want more?

Soylent Green Shopping

Soylent Green Shopping
Is it just me, or does the idea of getting a discount on an artist or actor seem very, VERY wrong?