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Mindfulness an explanation of your brain when Mindful.

A great presentation on the benefits of meditation. This helps me think about subjective practice when I feel in the flow of the Tai Chi form. Classes can settle into this focused state and amplify the feeling for me. It is one thing to feel it is is another to have evidence based research to back me up.

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Tai Chi TEDx talk: Disabilities and Technology.

This was a great honor. I was able to begin sharing the work of the last nine years. Please let me know what you think.


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Patience is Social Media and in Life.

Patience is a virtue best practiced by waiting. Here is what the I Ching says about it…

Observe calmly the natural unfolding of events.
Rapid growth and advancement are unnatural.
Hold to the inner vision of gradual flowering of potential.
Aviod haste. Do not jump blindly.
Enjoy the moment of waiting to be!


This applies to my practices and my work. Clients are unfolding the process of the internet. I enjoy the facilitation and co-creative work of the internet.  Watching the sharing of these values unfold inside the mechanism of social media is a joy.

Responding to the customers with care requires Persistence, Professionalism, and Positive attitudes. The opening of dialog and the sharing of a job well done expand the reach of the businesses naturally.

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Lean about Facebook Pages

Facebook have redesigned their business pages  and the new layout will go into effect for everyone on 3/31/2012. Until then,  businesses have an opportunity to experiment with design layouts and get familiar with the new features.

The graphic below is from my Sports Photography by George Ross’s business page and this provides an example of how one can graphically portray one’s business using the timeline style image.

The following is a very good, interactive, tutorial  produced  by Facebook and I highly recommend that you take a few moments to review it.

This interactive course will help you use Facebook Pages to tell your story, express your identity, and connect with your audience.

This course is currently available in English. Additional versions are coming soon in French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Japanese.

To launch the course, make sure any pop-up blockers are disabled. When you click the button, the course will open in a new window.

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