Greater Than Inspiration

Greater Than Inspiration

Empowering Others to Succeed Beyond Business

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Lasting Impressions

Lasting Impressions

By Nona Phinn Legacy: to identify something or someone who has endured through the ages or left a lasting impression. Legacy is a term we often hear used to describe someone’s jaw-dropping or awe-inspiring accomplishments and contributions, or to identify something that has endured through the ages. But what does...

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Fueled By Tradition, Radio Flyer Blasts Off for its Next 100 Years

Fueled By Tradition, Radio Flyer Blasts Off for its Next 100 Years

By Nona Phinn Leveraging craftsmanship and service to spark imaginations and create memories that span generations. The movie “Inside Out” from Pixar Animation Studios is one of the best animated movies of 2015. I enjoy watching it over and over again, even when my daughter is not around. Remember when...

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New Possibilities, Ageless Opportunities

New Possibilities, Ageless Opportunities

By Jeanne Hansen, Owner, Jeanne Hansen Editorial Services AARP’s Real Possibilities initiative goes to the heart of the brand and empowers people to navigate the changing face of aging in America. People can join AARP at age 50, and that includes 34.5 percent of the entire U.S. population (U.S. Census...

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Business Meets the Internet of Things

Business Meets the Internet of Things

By Karen Rose, Senior Director of Strategy & Analysis at Internet Society and Scott D. Eldridge, Principal of Cam & Sprocket LLC The Internet of Things promises new opportunities for innovating products and services, harnessing customer and business intelligence and optimizing internal operations. It also comes with challenges and risks...

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Flying With Heart

Flying With Heart

By Nona Phinn Southwest Airline’s “Transfarency” campaign embodies the company’s no surprise approach to fees, having a sense of humor and ultimately, connecting with their customers. Autotune, crowdfunding, google, selfie, hashtag and tweet — these words share a commonality. All were new terms when they hit the scene and were...

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What’s Mine is Yours. What’s Yours is Mine.

What’s Mine is Yours. What’s Yours is Mine.

By Nona Phinn As consumers say goodbye to traditional means of doing business such as renting, owning and buying, they’re realizing their parents were right after all — it is okay to share. Think back to when you were two years old. Now answer this: What was one of the...

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