The Best Blog Post Ever!

By: Martin Grunburg Just over a year ago my youngest daughter Eva, decided to run for student council president (as an eight grader). Upon hearing her decision my first tendency was to shield/protect her from the pain of a potential loss. However, I managed to contain myself and any impulse to intervene (I said nothing). […]

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The Habit of Enthusiasm Makes the Difference

“Mere enthusiasm is the all in all.” ~William Blake By: Martin Grunburg Let’s begin with a true understanding of enthusiasm. Take a quick look at its definition: “intense and eager enjoyment, interest, or approval.” Note the word “approval.” This implies that being enthusiastic is an affirmation of sorts. So, if I’m enthusiastic about your idea, I […]

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Creativity & The Christmas Spirit

By: Martin Grunburg Ready or not, the holidays are upon us! As I pondered today’s topic, creativity – along with this great book I’m reading (Thinkertoys, more below) – I wanted to share my friend’s uber-creative take on the Christmas Nativity scene, which has been blowing up scores of media outlets throughout the country! Until […]

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The Mystery of Creativity: Synthetic Imagination and Creative Vision

By: Martin Grunburg Let’s pick things up where we left off in the last post about creativity. The Two Types of Creativity Napoleon Hill, author of Think & Grow Rich, often referenced two types of creativity as something he’d learned from Thomas Edison, among the most prolific creators of all time: synthetic imagination and something […]

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