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Dear George Clooney

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Dear George Clooney,

I don’t think Tomorrowland was a movie – I think it was an invitation. I think the movie was one of those pins, and I got mine. Let me say this first: I don’t want fame, I don’t want money and I don’t think there’s a spaceship in the Eiffel Tower waiting to blast me to some other dimension. I think you made a movie to inspire dreamers that could help save the world. In the last scene of the film, you told your little robot friends to “go find them” and then a bunch of recruits stood up in that field – well, I was one of them. Now what? Yes, I’m asking you – because like you said in the movie, “This was your idea.”

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How to Stop Walking on Eggshells Around the Elephant in the Room

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I do a lot of work with families and businesses around operational systems. When there’s conflict, it’s usually because there’s an elephant (or several) in the room that nobody is talking about. When people disengage, it’s because they hope to avoid confrontation and evade danger. However, ultimately, things only get better when the elephants are named, all parties are called-out, and everyone agrees to move forward – together.

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Spring Cleaning Made Easy

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It’s spring time in Colorado, and that means clearing out, cleaning up and getting ready for summer fun. In my world, it means people everywhere are swapping out winter coats and snow boots for flip flops and bathing suits. Last year’s hand-me-downs are bagged up and passed along to friends and local thrift shops. This year’s hand-me-downs are pulled out of storage and basement bins and sorted into this season’s rotation. For the families I work with, the knees of jeans are repaired with colorful patches and blown out sandals are replaced with upgraded kicks. Bicycles are fixed up. Garages are swept out. Closets are purged to make room for clothes that fit. Rooms and entire homes are de-cluttered, organized and refreshed to help invite a little springtime indoors.

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Put the Boxing Gloves Down and Slowly Back Away

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In the New York Times bestseller, Crucial Conversations, it is said that respect is like air. When it’s there, you don’t even notice. Remove it and it’s all you can think about. You know this to be true. When we trust those around us to be kind, respectful, sincere, and forthcoming in a way that strengthens relationships – virtually anything can be discussed openly in relative safety. Respect is not based on the presumption of agreement – quite the contrary. Respect exists when ideas are thoughtfully communicated with the intent of preserving the integrity of the relationship. The outcome of the exchange is largely immaterial, so long as everyone at the table works to maintain authenticity and reverence for one another.

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Start a Revolution! Build Your Audience!

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Think about your business model and see if you can build your audience with an ideal vision and a call to action that does more than just sell goods and services – transcend your business by inspiring people to make the world a better place for all of us. If we all take this approach, commerce becomes a means for doing good – not just making money.

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