Tag Archive for 'Fun'

Conspiracy or Coincidence? Lincoln & Kennedy

I am not a big fan of conspiracy theories, but every once in a while a fun one crosses my desk and is worth sharing. This one was totally new to me. Enjoy!

Conspiracy theories

Conspiracy or Coincidence? Lincoln and Kennedy

Sales Lesson

Today’s post is essentially a joke, but there is a great SALES LESSON in it that I thought I would share with you.

Continue reading ‘Sales Lesson’

Van Gogh Family Tree

Today’s post is Van Gogh’s Family Tree in a way you may never have seen it. There were a lot more members than you’d think!

His dizzy aunt
——————————————Verti Gogh

The brother who ate prunes
————————–Gotta Gogh

The brother who worked at a convenience store
———————————————–Stop n Gogh

The grandfather from Yugoslavia
—————————————–U Gogh

The cousin from Illinois
———————————————— Chi-ca Gogh

His magician uncle
—————————–Where-diddy Gogh

His Mexican cousin
———————————- A mee Gogh

The Mexican cousin’s American half-brother
————————————————— Gring Gogh

The nephew who drove a stage coach
————–Wells-far Gogh

The constipated uncle
——————————— Cant Gogh

The ballroom dancing aunt
——————————————— Tang Gogh

The bird lover uncle
———————————-Fla-min Gogh

His nephew psychoanalyst
——————————– E Gogh

The fruit loving cousin
———————————-Man Gogh

An aunt who taught positive thinking —————- Way-to Gogh

The little bouncy nephew
———————————————————– Poe Gogh

A sister who loved disco
——————————– Go Gogh

And his niece who travels the country in a van (you guessed it!)
——————————–Winnie Bay Gogh

And there ya Gogh

We oughta be able to locate more of his relatives. For example, I just met a distant relative working on the docks ——-Car Gogh

And a painter ——-Fres Gogh

A slippery member of the family—–Cris Gogh

His married sisters——Erin Gogh-Bra, Heidi Gogh-Seek and, Happy Gogh-Lucky

AntiMimetIcisoMorphism: Air New Zealand Staff Strips Down

Today’s example of an antimimeticisomorphic advertisement is an Air New Zealand commercial that has its actual staff stripped down and in full body paint to show they have the best prices with nothing to hide! Plus, they’re setting up a party flight from Los Angeles to Auckland to match up singles with a party upon departure and arrival…. PARTY!

If you’re new to this series of blog posts, search the blog to see othe examples of antimimeticisomorphism, it’s about doing out-of-the-ordinary things to get extra-ordinary results with the least amount of effort.

AntiMimeticIsoMorphism: A Physician’s Example

As part of my on-going series of lighthearted blog posts, the following is a list of comments a physician claimed are actual comments made by his patients (predominately male) while he was performing their colonoscopies:

1. ‘Take it easy, Doc. You’re boldly going where no man has gone before! Continue reading ‘AntiMimeticIsoMorphism: A Physician’s Example’

How to Fix The Economy In One Step

This suggestion from a worried American – he suggests patriotic retirement: There are about 40 million people over 50 in the workforce – pay them $1 million apiece severance with the following stipulations:

  1. They leave their jobs. Forty million job openings – Unemployment fixed.
  2. They buy NEW American cars. Forty million cars ordered – Auto Industry fixed.
  3. They either buy a house/pay off their mortgage – Housing Crisis fixed.

Can’t get any easier than that!

Have a nice day.

AntiMimeticIsoMorphism: A Commercial Example

This men’s underwear commercial is antimimeticisomorphic… Another instalment of fun videos that get you to see the world from a different perspective and viewpoint. I promised you a lot more FUN in 2009 – am I delivering on that promise or what?

I don’t know about you, but I’m having a lot more FUN this year – and people around me keep telling me we’re in a recession… So what?!?! Life’s too short to be too serious.

Start having MORE fun and see what happens to your results and your relationships!

Antimimeticisomorphism: A White House Example

I trust you’re enjoying this series of antimimeticisomorphic examples as much as I am. It amazes me how many different ideas people can come up with to challenge the status quo. Today’s picture is another example of thinking outside the square by manipulating a photo to make a ‘joke’.

Antimimeticisomorphism is all about having a different perspective, prism or viewpoint on things to stimulate people’s interest and move them to action. We are bombarded with messages on a daily basis which means for YOUR message to get through the clutter, you have to come up with something original and different.

Antimimeticisomorphism is when you ‘borrow’ an idea from one industry and apply it in another. It is truly exponential, but most importantly, it’s FUN!

President Obama's Wish

President Obama's Dream House - The Black House!

Today’s post was submitted by www.HomeDeclutterAndFun.com aren’t these folks antimimeticisomoprhic? Check out their website to learn exponential tips to declutter your home in fun ways.

Antimimeticisomorphism: A Toilet Example

This series of posts is about thinking antimimeticisomorphically. Even I think this one’s ‘out there’ in boldness. It’s a YouTube video of a house shaped like a toilet, with a marketing twist that I must admit is interesting to say the least. In my Business Mastery Blog, I address branding as a key component to Exponential Marketing, but this post is here on my Personal Mastery Blog because this series is about shifting your thinking to an Exponential Mindset.

The videos, case studies and other examples give you a different twist on things that will enhance your creativity and innovative spirit – enjoy!

And don’t forget to put the seat down when you check out!

This submission is from www.HomeDeclutterAndFun.com. Go check it out for simple and easy decluterring tips.

Nothing Is Impossible

Nothing is impossible unless you think it is. Watch this YouTube video to see what I mean. As you know, I teach the Exponential Mindset and for some people it’s a nebulous and vague concept. This 43-second video makes it real showing you that nothing is impossible unless you think it is.

The question of the day is:
How many bricks could you carry – in what you do?

Are you as exponential as this guy is? If not, why not? It costs him NOTHING to be TWICE as productive as the next guy – if he’s getting paid by the brick, he makes TWICE as much!