Recently, I spoke at a conference in Indiana. I spent the morning with four hundred attendees and then closed their event with a keynote address. Afterwards, I worked on a writing project at Starbucks. Later, I ate dinner at a local restaurant and then returned to my hotel room where I watched an episode of

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A priest, a rabbi, and a prostitute walked into a bar. The bartender said, “What is this, a joke?” That bit would not play particularly well in a church or a synagogue. It might not even play that well in a blog. But here’s the point: Over the years, the acceptance of certain types of

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As a way to add a bit more value to your newsletter subscription and to expand beyond simply Ron’s opinion, we regularly share other online articles that relate to the “Do it Well, Make it Fun” philosophy. We’ve also included some books in this issue. We hope you find them helpful. What the Most Successful

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Ever felt skeptical? Cynical? Or even pessimistical (I wanted it to rhyme)? Lately, I’ve been discouraged by all the negativity I see on the internet, in the news, and at the gates of every airport in America. It’s amazing how one flight delay can turn a reasonably logical person into a raving maniac who acts

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Please enjoy these articles that support the “Do It Well, Make it Fun” philosophy: “New Study Says Humor In The Workplace Can Help Improve Boss-Employee Relationship – But There’s A Catch”  A new study found that a boss’s sense of humor in the workplace can only improve employee job satisfaction if the boss already has

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