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Creating Stone Soup

POSTED ON February 4, 2015

By Anne Jin Soo Preston As Carlo and I have been exploring what makes a successful collaboration, I was reminded of the story of stone soup.  I decided to look up the story to refresh my memory and never realized there were so many versions that spanned from not only a cultural perspective, but also different situations including […]

By Carlo M. Cuesta The first trip I ever made to Minnesota was in 1980 just before the Winter Olympic Games. My dad was directing a television commercial for Kirin Beer (the official beer of the US Olympic Team… go figure) and they needed a snowy lake to film a speed skater practicing. Lake Placid didn’t […]

By Carlo Cuesta   Dear Fellow Undead Board Member: A flesh-eating zombie doesn’t know any better, its does what other zombies do—it eats people. As an undead board member, I don’t know any better either. I listen and react, I approve budgets I know very little about, help set the occasional policy, and volunteer where […]

Dynamic Duos

POSTED ON October 22, 2014

By Anne Jin Soo Preston Earlier this summer I was listening to a radio segment featuring the accomplishments of famous leaders. The host of the segment specifically noted that even though we knew all about what these famous leaders contributed, often what we didn’t know is that they were actually one half of a “duo.” […]

  Recently, I broke a shoelace. I pulled the unbroken lace out of my other shoe and took a quick look at it to estimate its length. The lace looked like it was 16 to 18-inches long. That’s when I stopped myself. I knew my mind had played a trick on me. In the past, […]

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