Who Picks The Game?

by Step on August 16, 2011

futbolWhy is it we all understand the stereotype of the kid who threatens to take his ball and go home if he doesn’t get to pick the game? It resonates with me because I knew kids like that growing up. And if I’m completely honest with myself, I understand it because a version of that kid still lives inside me. He’s not all bad, he means well. Sometimes he just gets a little carried away.

In the excitement of preparing for next week’s event, my focus has been on squeezing everything I know about the subject matter into one seminar. As I’ve spoken with the people who are interested in attending, many of them simply can’t afford to invest a full day.

What’s a kid to do? On the playground we usually had the most fun when we all helped shape the game.

Instead of presenting the full Work Story Seminar next week, I’m offering what may be even better. The Work Story Premise is a two-hour event that delivers the four central concepts of the seminar in a TED-style, condensed format. The event will take place 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Tuesday, August 23rd. Lunch will be provided and a Q&A session will follow for those who can stay. More information is available here.

I hope you’ll come out and play!

Photo Credit: Raúl Hernández González

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Gwen August 16, 2011 at 8:16 am

Best of luck Step with your seminar; I know it will be an excellent session!


Step August 16, 2011 at 9:35 am



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