A Step in the Right Direction

As spring begins to settle in and the days get longer, we’re also noticing that organizations are awakening to new ideas and fresh ways of thinking. It also seems that many of us have had quite enough doom-and-gloom or fear-mongering, and we’re pushing our friends, clients, and colleagues to focus on opportunities, and to turn them into action. Around our table we’re developing new offerings that address the questions that companies are wrestling with, and working with them to find solutions to their burning questions.

So how do you move from fear to action? There are lots of steps you can take to get going; just taking a step (any step) is what’s important. For inspiration, here are some activities we’ve heard about from our own friends and clients over the past week or two:

    1. Craving a little optimism in your life? Check out the Combined Optimism Project
    2. Want to shake up your thinking and look at business (or life) in a new way? Mindcamp’s Idea Tastings might be just the thing for you. 
    3. Finally, those of you who know us personally know we’re big believers in using a walk or a workout to solve problems. One of our clients told us this week that she solved a whole shopping list of problems by going running. So why not work some activity into your day?

Here’s to a step in the right direction,

Megann & Steve



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