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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 10: Check Your Standards

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What may be frustrating you may also be what makes you unique!

Check Please! Chapter 9: Check Your Emotions!

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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 8: Check Your Environment!

Custom illustrations by Michael Ganser
Are you a tiger in a society of rabbits?

Check Please! Chapter 3: Check Your Priorities?

Stilt walking entertainment for events
How badly do you want it?

Check please! Chapter 2: Check Your Team!

mime entertainment; stilt walking entertainment; themed entertainment
A key to success is "you can't do it alone."

We're All In This Together Alone In The Same Boat

Left Shark; Costumed characters for events; Event entertainment
If I have to watch one more celebrity tell me "we're all in this together" and "we'll get through this" and "we're all in the same boat" (have you ...

Don't Keep it a Secret!

Mime; Themed entertainment; Entertainers for events
Is your attendance down?  If you were you, would you attend your event?

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?

Ghost of Christmas Passed

Ghost of Christmas Passed
Pun intended!  This article is about one thing every business person, entrepreneur, sales person and just about any creative fears:

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?

What Sounds Like Fun? Are You Sure?

What Sounds Like Fun? Are You Sure?
The right resource will be more focused on service than on the budget.