Friday, April 13, 2007

Verbs of being.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is definitely something worth printing out and sticking next to my monitor.

Anonymous said...

thank you veryy veryy nıce very nice....

Anonymous said...

thank you veryy veryy nıce very nice....

Anonymous said...

This could be turned into one of those motivational posters -- you know, with the dramatic photo taking up 75% of the poster, an abstract noun like "Determination" in giant font just underneath...

...or not.

Lisa said...

Ok Ok - donm't nag - I'll do it!

Nick said...

Brilliant, Jess.

Anonymous said...

I love it!

Nick said...

haha nice

Branden said...

That's a very succinct version of Ken Blanchard's team development model. Very nice!

Steve said...

Your stuff is amazingly perceptive (even spiders in the toaster) and always brightens my day. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Definitely T-shirt material

The Secretary said...

I'm obviously the thicko here who has had one too many Gin and Tonics on this Friday evening, who, (and I will point out I am ove 40 - next week) doesn't get it. Hang head in shame and scuttle of to the corner to weep (shamefully). Oh, to be intelligent!

Unknown said...

Oh, my god... One of my horrors of childhood is my mother repeating over and over, "Can't means Won't."

As in:

"Mommy, I can't do it..."

"Can't means Won't..."

"???"

Anonymous said...

I love it... ad strangely i think it could work just as well if you swapped "Will" and "Won't" on the matrix!!

Hello from Julia said...

I LOVE your blog! I'm going to link you, if you don't mind. Thank you for brightening my day.

barely insane said...

I'm not the first one that saw your blog at a brazilian magazine [superinterssante] ;D

But your idea and composition are great. Amazing. ;D

Me said...

Nice.

Unknown said...

I appreciate your sense of DOES, but my sense of WILL does not agree with the assessment.

jae-hyun said...

Does lots of help!

 
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