October 13, 2010
Does This Blog Posting Belong Here?

I'm not sure what this pie graph has to do with this blog, but so what. YOU might make the connection. Of course, it's always possible that there is no connection. Oh well, at least you might get a chuckle or two out of it -- and we all know there is definitely a relationship between humor, play, and creativity, eh?


Hey, if nothing else, it's a way you can find out about Free the Genie, our newly launched, online brainstorming tool.

Posted by Mitch Ditkoff at October 13, 2010 09:04 AM


I especially love the delivery, "here you go, mystery solved. no extra charge" ---- sucked me right into the blog! I had to see if you'd figured out the mystery because for crying out loud, I am a woman and I still haven't figured me out!! Big hugs--lk

Posted by: Lynn Kindler [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 12, 2010 09:32 AM

the worst part is not knowing what you want, deep inside we all know...the difficulty is in not listenning to the voices that say you can't, believing you can do it and just simply go and do it...

Posted by: Teresa Melgar [TypeKey Profile Page] at November 15, 2010 03:14 PM

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