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Selfing-The Newest “Olympic” Sport

Out here in California--- We have surfing, sailing, skiing, skating (And, yes, you can ice skate at Union Square in San Francisco during the Winter Holidays!) and shopping---all in one day. Sports-a-rama! Photo by Alisa Anton on Unsplash Now, you can...

Sailing the High Seas of Change

Change, like the sea, has a mind of its own and is full of surprises. Some hearties love change and others abhor it! It definitely deserves our alert attention and arghful awe. Use this map to>>>MORE>>>

Help Cap’n John Pass His Test!

The BIG Seven Zoom Treasure-Tools of Engagement Join Cap'n John's 50 Minute Cruise & help him pass the test! Plus, capture some Zoom (Treasure) Tools of Engagement for yourself! It's True! Cap’n John’s Kansas-based training company is offering him perks and kudos...

Get Zesty! With or Without a Zester

Springy steps! Smiling eyes! Cheerful words! Zest comes from scraping life's lemons then sprinkling it around---changing our atmosphere and ambiance! Zest is best scraped with the zester of gratitude. Let your pen or keyboard be your zester. Start scraping up a few...

Ask Better Questions

Three Keys: Use the 5 Ws and the H---Who, What, When, Where, Why and How? Include yourself/and or your team/family members in the question---we, you, they, IInclude an action verb---jump, ask, sing, do--- Find all Three Keys in each of the following examples: Where...

Seven Falls! Eight Starts! Success!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eyQYufNBHmY&t=9s Walking includes falling. Toddlers fall---repeatedly. Then, one day, they take a step, start to fall, and---their other foot lands safely! Baby's first step! Yay! Next steps follow first steps! Soon, those steps are...

Argh #10 Find the Drugs and Dump ’Em!

https://vimeo.com/586565268 Cap'n John reads about the treasured and classic ARGHS! Argh #10 Ernie, Edith, and Ellen all used drugs.  Ernie was often criticized for his drug use and was eventually arrested.  Edith received lots of applause and awards for...

Argh #9 Negotiating Love?

Maybe it was because he didn’t get along well with his teacher. Maybe it was the “new math.” For whatever reason, he got a D in algebra–the lowest grade he’d ever received.
But that algebra class was not completely lost on Mitch. Years later,>>

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