Archive for the ‘Gratitude’ Category

That’s Intriguing #71: What are the Best 20 Thanksgiving Quotes About Being Grateful?

“If the only prayer you ever said was ‘Thank you,’ that would be enough.” – Meister Ekhart Many people have asked if I could reprise my annual Thanksgiving blog post with the best quotes on being grateful because they wanted to share them with friends and family […]

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That’s Intriguing #67: Innovative EBIFanies from BIF-7: “Focus on What’s Strong; Not What’s Wrong”

“You can’t build on broken.” – Angela Blanchard, Wise advice from Angela Blanchard, the visionary leader of the team who turned Houston’s AstroDome into a home-away-from-home in one day following Hurricane Katrina to provide much-needed services to the thousands of refugees arriving on buses from New […]

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That’s Intriguing #38: What are the Top POP! Quotes of 2010?

“Quotes are distilled wisdom.” – Sam Horn Fred Shapiro, Associate Librarian for Yale Law School, just released his annual version of the most notable quotes. Shapiro picks quotes that are famous, important or revealing of the spirit of the times. The quotes aren’t necessarily the most eloquent […]

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That’s Intriguing #26: Top 10 Intriguing Quotes of All Time

“The secret to creativity is to say an old thing in a new way to or a new thing in an old way.” – Richard Harding Davis I guess you can tell I love quotes . . . Fresh quotes are a quick way to get our […]

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