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Antimimeticisomorphism: School built out of plastic bottles

This series of blog posts spotlighting examples of antimimeticisomorphism are aimed at triggering your Reticular Activation System (RAS) to seek out and find similar examples that can help you grow your business, advance your career and/or improve your life(style). When you do come across something that is truly out-of-the-ordinary, please pay it forward by sharing it with me so I can keep this going indefinitely.

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Happy Holidays!

You never know who’s sitting next to you… This inspirational video was sent to be by Ioho de Beer – it’s topical for the holiday season. It reinforces the positive force that’s out there, making a difference in the world. One shopping experience at a time!

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Antimimeticisomorphism: New iPod 4?

I wonder if Apple is going to have an iPod version like this soon?

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Antimimeticisomorphism: You Get What You Focus On

This video is really creative. I am often amazed at our ability to be creative and innovative to make a point. I am sure you’ll enjoy this short YouTube video as you’ve enjoyed the others in this antimimeticisomorphism series. If you want to access them quickly, select the Antimimeticisomorphism category on this blog and you can also go to my website that is dedicated to this concept… Antimimeticisomorphism.com on it you’ll be able to access a ‘secret’ site at Antimimeticisomorphism.info.

Antimimeticisomorphism: You Get What You Focus On

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Antimimeticisomorphism: Recycling 1 of 2

Today’s blog post was sent to me by David Conroy of The Lone Drainer And Pronto. It’s another example of what happens when you think antimimeticisomorphically – doing out-of-the-ordinary things that produce extra-ordinary results!

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Simplicity In Science

Einstein once said the goal of science and innovation is to “make things as simple as necessary, but no simpler.” Wise words to guide us.. This short video extols this concept revealing what top researchers are thinking to save millions of people from preventable diseases at little or no cost…

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Antimimeticisomorphism: Instant Artist

I just saw Dan Dunn do this on the Tonight Show With Jay Leno. It’s so incredible to watch, I won’t preframe you other than to say it’s mesmerising to see the final product ‘emerge’ so quickly.

If you come across anything like this, please share it with me. I’ll increase your website or blog traffic by creating a high-value backlink to your site.

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Antimimeticisomorphism: A Map Example

As reader or subscriber to this blog, you’ve come to expect to see things that are different, or the same things you’ve always seen, but from a different perspective. Today’s post is about maps. How different can maps be? After all they represent what’s there… Or do they? If you think you know how maps are created and what they represent, think again!

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Antimimeticisomorphism: Invisible Man

Just when you think you’ve seen it all, someone comes up with a new twist, a new way to get you to do a double-take and ask “What the #$$#%#^@*&???”

This is one of those videos that you KNOW what’s being done, but how the heck does he actually do it?!? Only a very creative and talented person can pull this off. What can I say other than “WOW!”

This video was sent to me by Andrew Powell of Montreal, Canada – Thank you!!!!

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How To Live: Steve Jobs

New year, new life, new destiny. But what destiny do you really want? That’s the question Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO answers with his commencement address at Standford University. It’s worth the 15 minutes to sit back, listen and ponder what you’re doing with yourself and your life in 2010. What I really like about this video is that hindsight is always 20/20, but what if you could have 20/20 foresight?

That’s what I teach my clients – 20/20 foresight – to connect the dots as Steve explains, by PLACING them in front of you instead of as a bread crumb trail behind you.

Imagine if it was possible to set a course to ANY DESTINATION, ANY CAREER, ANY GOAL…

Norman Vincent Peale said it first ” Whatever  the mind can Believe and Conceive, it can Achieve.”

It call it the ABCs of Personal Mastery.

It all starts by BELIEVING in yourself as Steve tells some of the brightest graduates…

The sad part is only a very small fraction will actually listen to what he’s saying.

If this resonates with you – contact us regarding our Personal Mastery Programs – we’ll help you achieve life balance without compromising your results because YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL.

You just need to know what “all is”!

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