Pointillism, also referred to as “dot art” uses dots, sometimes millions of dots, to create amazing works. No matter the size, each piece starts with a single dot.
In the 1969 western True Grit, Mattie Ross (Kim Darby) hires U.S. Marshall Rooster J. Cogburn (John Wayne) to track down her father’s killer. Ross travels to Fort Smith Arkansas to hire Cogburn because she’s heard he has “true grit”. If you’ve seen the movie, or the remake, you know that Mattie Ross has a substantial dose of “true grit”
They didn’t listen to a single word I said. Nothing from them ever arrives on time. It’s so hard to deal with them; I can never talk to a real person. Providing great customer service is not only critical in today’s connected world it is mandatory. A Customer Experience Impact Report conducted by Oracle showed that 86% of customers are
In the physical world, friction allows us to accomplish many everyday tasks: running, driving a car up a hill, even sitting on a chair. It’s a necessary part of our lives. But when we think of friction among people, most of us have learned to think of it as a negative force, a clash of wills or opinions that makes
During a play in New York City about gang violence, a cell phone rang in the audience. Thoughtlessly, the man answered it. He was hunched over talking when one of the actors walked over, pointed the prop gun at him and said, “Give me the phone!” Sheepishly the man handed it over. The audience erupted in applause.