David Iseminger
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Some stories are timeless
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Some stories are timeless
Live, learn, grow, and share the journey...
We all want to be empowered, yet some conflict holds us where we are. Our weakness prevents us from moving ahead, until finally we can no longer stay put - by our own doing, or others. We all feel conflict, it's inherent in the human condition, and can create greatness.

These stories, whether we read them, imagine them, or create them in our own lives, connect us. We're hard-wired to crave stories, to learn from them, to put ourselves within them and experience their conflict for ourselves. 

Some stories that are timeless, eternal. We learn, live, make untold mistakes, and crave to read, listen to, or watch those who rise above what seems like impossible odds. 

Those are the stories I like best - to read, to imagine, to create, and to live. And the most memorable among them should be shared.
"Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great."
- Mark Twain
"Life is what we make it, always has been, always will be."
- Anna Mary Robertson Moses
Old Thinking
New Thinking
Many who are on top want you to believe the game is fixed, the gates closed, the players already selected. That's their story, not ours.

They want you to believe in the old thinking, that storied institutions are the only path to success. That's the story a fixed future, one where stagnation and the bland rule the day.

For those who think in new ways, and believe, the future is neither dark nor blanched; it is bright and colorful, filled with stories that are yet to be told.
In a world of new thinking, our dreams craft our own story. The status quo, with their dusty stories and institutions, worry about us and what we do, because they know this: imagination and passion win the day.

In this competitive world, our first ally is our creativity. Our second ally is the abundance of tools and services available to make our dreams come true. We must simply imagine, plan, act, and thrive.