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Thoughts

I’m Back. Hopefully.

by Jason Sanders Personal
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Well It’s been a while since I’ve sat down and shared anything on my various blogs.  I’m embarrassed to admit it, but there’s a few cob webs around here and the place could use a good dusting. For those of you who aren’t connected with me on facebook or twitter, you might not know that […]

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Motivational Music: Martin Sexton’s Black Sheep

by Jason Sanders Motivational
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Every Sunday I make a habit of listening to the Mountain Stage program on my local public radio station 88.5 XPN.  I always end up becoming a fan of an artist that I had never heard of before.  This past week was a really great show.  I was blown away by Ruthie Foster. (Be careful, […]

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What I’ve Been Up To

by Jason Sanders Blogging
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Wow! So I just checked in and it seems that it’s been a little over a month since my last blog post here. Ouch! Tsk Tsk…. My goal has been to be much more consistent with my posts than I have been. I promise I’ll be doing better. If you only follow me here on […]

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Sometimes You Just Can’t Do It By Yourself

by Jason Sanders Business
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Depending on how detailed and ambitious your goals are, you might eventually come to the realization that you just can’t accomplish them all by yourself.  I recently came to that realization with my TVPG Radio project. To be clear, I’m not advocating partnerships.  In fact it’s my personal preference to maintain solo control of my […]

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How To Ask A Question To Get A Meaningful Response

by Jason Sanders Networking
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A short shallow answer can feel like a snub.  Have you ever been blown off by a one word answer?  Chances are you asked the wrong question.  Believe it or not there’s a formula for asking questions and if you don’t get it right you will receive an answer that probably won’t be helpful. It […]

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Move Your Money and Give Big Banks What They Deserve For The Holidays

by Jason Sanders Economy
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Back in October I wrote about my awful experience with Bank of America and urged my readers to vote with their dollars and withdraw funds from large banks that are both “Too Big To Fail” and determined to screw everyday Americans with their dishonest and distasteful greedy policies. I’m sure I wasn’t the first to […]

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Talking ‘Bout My Generation X

by Jason Sanders Economy
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I ran across this recent gem of an article about the recession intensifying GenX discontent at work from the AP.  For those of you who are wondering what age group GenX represents, it’s us 32 to 44 year olds who are wedged between the Baby Boomers and their children. The article talks a lot about […]

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Are You A Big Picture Thinker?

by Jason Sanders Thoughts
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I’ve come to accept that I’m a big picture thinker.  I have a knack for seeing implications of decisions and planning two or three steps ahead.  Being a big picture thinker isn’t always a positive though. I find that I’m much more comfortable visualizing and planning than I am actually implimenting.  I’ve been guilty of […]

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