Based on feedback and suggestions from more than 125 other business professionals, I’m forming N-of-8 Mastermind Groups with people from different industries, professions, and fields of study. All to help you get lots of different perspectives on your own goals. If you’re like other friends and colleagues I talk with, there are many things that might be keeping you from the next moves you want to make. Instead of just accepting the way things are, I’d like to help you engage with a group of 8 successful people to inspire, push, and guide you. For more success at work […]
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Since I began posting blogs on BioscienceBridge.com: There are more than 60 articles. The blog has now exceeded 1,000 distinct readers. We can credit the website for direct contacts leading to 3 new client engagements.
When we look around us, we can see inspiring views like the wintry Idaho river and bridge scene above. Similarly, when we look outside our routines, we can find new and inspiring ideas. In my newsletter this month, I share ideas on inbound marketing, healthcare innovation, and start-up invention. I hope they offer some different perspectives for a brand or initiative you might be working on. If you’d like to compare notes on projects, just drop me an email any time.
Jenny and I attended the 8th Annual “Evening in the Garden” event to support Habitat for Humanity. It was held at the FarWest Landscape & Garden Center. This event helps Habitat for Humanity in building and repairing houses across Boise and the Treasure Valley region, using volunteer labor and donations. The live & silent auction raised money through sales of custom planters, fountains & garden items, along with other creative packages for the home. (Above is a photo of the smoke tree we brought home to plant in our yard.)
Philippe Petit is a magician, street juggler, visual artist, builder, and a writer. He’s a born rebel who taught himself everything from an early age. He would hide from people in order to stare at them, so he could study them from top to bottom, their every move, and noticing the smallest of their mistakes. He developed a secretive way of learning how to cultivate the attitudes, resources, and techniques to tackle even seemingly impossible feats. (If you are unfamiliar with Philippe Petit, look up his epic 1974 high wire walk between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center.) […]
In doing research for a neurology client, I found this book to be a great information resource. Moreover, it is full of personal stories that bring the clinical concepts to real life. What are reading lately? Write me a note with a book recommendation to share.
Thanks again for reading, responding, and sharing my e-newsletter. There are certainly plenty of challenges and opportunities in our industry these days. So, I’m always looking for ways to help you stay connected with new developments and best practices. Perhaps these quick and easy-to-read updates will give you an idea for a project we might collaborate on. In the May issue, I featured the brand innovation tool, N-of-8®. This is my favorite group facilitation process with Bioscience Bridge. I enjoy the dynamic exchanges that happen in these groups, and the actionable results we help create for clients. Read the case […]