Category Archives: awareness

Recreational Criticism and the Shelter of Anonymity

We live in an era of recreational criticism. For many, being critical of nearly everything and everyone has become an acceptable form of entertainment. This is nothing new for government officials and others in the public eye. They have long been … Continue reading

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“The Official Sponsor of Birthdays”

The American Cancer Society has branded its self, in part, as “The Official Sponsor of Birthdays.”  Here at the National Home Office in Atlanta, Georgia we’ve known this was coming since December 2008 and many of us have anxiously awaited … Continue reading

Posted in 2.0, ads, advertising, Atlanta, awareness, Behavior, believe, better, birthday, brand, cancer, charity, choice, cure, donate, Dream, Education, epidemiology, facebook, Family, fight, free, giving, habits, happy, health, hope, Humanitarian, joy, learning, live, Marketing, media, MySpace, NGO, obama, Online, organization, Philanthropy, prevention, reason, reform, Resources, service, share, smoking, social, survivors, time, Training, trust | 1 Comment

Presentation Review Form

In 1996 I attended a training course presented by Franklin Quest (Now FranklinCovey) called “Presentation Advantage.” In addition to the course workbook, the handouts included a Presentation Review form that is no longer available. The form was designed to guide the … Continue reading

Posted in assessment, awareness, better, Covey, design, evaluation, free, job, learning, lectern, listen, music, Presentations, public speaking, Resources, share, sing, speech, stress, talent, Teaching, test, Training, trust | 2 Comments

“My name is Tyler, and in nine years I’ll be an alcoholic.”

 

Posted in abuse, ad council, alcohol, awareness, children, choice, denial, Education, Family, high school, listen, middle school, parents, party, prevention, talk, trouble | 3 Comments

So you want to be a Parent? Read the Job Discription.

On the role of parents, A. Theodore Tuttle (1921 -1986) gets it right: This decision to be parents means to put first the obligation to be baby-sitters, trainers, discipliners, supervisors, teachers, assigners, checker-uppers, planners, story-tellers, exemplars, and, in short, to be … Continue reading

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Anything You Post Online, Anyone Can See. Think Before You Post.

Have you ever searched online for your name, profile names, or email addresses? You might be surprised by what you find. If you’ve posted anything online, it’s out there. It’s public. You probably wouldn’t consider posting a tenth of what you post … Continue reading

Posted in abuse, ad council, ads, advertising, awareness, Behavior, blog, blogging, blogs, children, crime, disclosure, exploitation, facebook, fraud, identity, modesty, Safety, social, temptation, think, Training, trust, violence, wise | 4 Comments