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Creative Thinking:Brainstorming, Brainwriting, and Metaphors and Analogies

There are many ways to stimulate creative thinking including brainstorming, brain writing, and analogies or metaphors. Before you even try one of these techniques, it is important for you to restate the problem. For instance, your organization has received complaints due to shipment delays. Is the problem how to identify ways to minimize customer complaints or is it to expedite deliveries, or is it to ensure customers have accurate information about date of product delivery or how do we keep customers informed about delayed orders. Still another way to understand a dilemma before coming up with solutions is to question your assumptions. They may be erroneous, and reviewing your assumptions may help you better understand the situation and

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Success Beyond the Usual Standards

Writer: Continental Who’s Who® Member Author: Attorney Tom McLain of Chorey, Taylor & Feil

“No law or ordinance is mightier than understanding” – Plato

What makes a successful attorney? Is it the years of experience, or the amount of trials won? Or is it possible that the success of an attorney can be attributed to aspects of the profession which are much more personal. 

It is not only experience and expertise which creates a successful attorney.

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Fresh Hope from a Proven Source

What protection do we have from terrorism and violence, both domestic and international? What can repair the brokenness and bridge political divisions in our country? What control do we have over nuclear threats from other power-hungry nations? Where can we find shelter from extreme weather conditions?

The new 3-book series, Called to Pray, by Sara Lewis, published by Fruitbearer Publishing, LLC, is designed to prepare us for just that.

Called to Pray: An Intercessor’s Toolkit (Part 1)

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How Women in the Workplace can Proactively Work toward Progress and Equality

We hear about or experience it all too often — how hard women have to work to get to the top of their respective fields, it is imperative that society recognizes the impressive contributions of business women in a variety of workplaces. However, as the expression goes, it is a man’s world — and women still have to work harder than men do to earn appropriate compensation, recognition and benefits.   According to an April 2016 article published by CNN Money, “women generally earn 79

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Removing CLUTTER From Your Life

With our increased dependence on creature comforts in a society that seems to place a greater emphasis on material wealth than inner peace, clutter has become a problem in the lives of many. Clutter can become a distraction which creates stress and inner turmoil, that is not always easily recognized. It is something that does not always need to be clearly visible, as is the case with the obvious hoarders you see on television shows, in order to have There are so many things that lead to the

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