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How to Embrace Change For Fun and Profit

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By Eric Wright In his fabulous book Traction, Gino Wickman tells the story of the “Dog and the Nail.” A man walked up to a home in a rural area where a man was rocking on his porch with his…

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Building A Legacy

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Beginning With the End in Mind By Eric Wright One of the most memorable pieces of advice I ever heard was from Stephen Covey who recommended writing your own funeral eulogy in his book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective…

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Transporting Vision

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During the Christmas and New Year’s holiday, I had time to read Craig Nelson’s phenomenal book Rocket Men: The Epic Story of the First Men on the Moon.

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How To Market Our Region

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Celebrate Doing it Right By Eric Wright In 1961 when Yuri Gagarin returned safely, becoming the first human in space, the Soviet Union announced the achievement in a broadcast aired in the middle of the night EST. Until then, it…

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What’s the Real Target?

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Keeping a Personal Face on Economic Development By Eric Wright Like many of our English words, “economy” comes from a Greek root oikonomí, meaning simply, “household management.” This definition reinforces a vital point when we ponder all the facets of economic…

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You May Be An Entrepreneur If…

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By Eric Wright When I was a kid, there was an absurd TV comedy called Green Acres. Eddie Albert starred as Oliver Wendell Douglas, a successful New York attorney who had an irresistible attraction to “farm livin’.” Eva Gabor, who played…

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Bringing the Imaginary to Life

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The Harry Potter books and their blockbuster films have riveted multitudes around the world. But for the person with only a casual interest to the most devoted fan, the connection is moved to a whole different level when one is immersed in the story at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando’s Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios.

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