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  1. Putting your Superpower into action!

    Want to know the secret of how to be really, really good at everything you do? It’s as easy as tapping into your superpower and applying to every aspect of your work.

    A great article by John Jantsch at Duct Tape Marketing.

    Don’t know what your superpower is? Check out this article on discovering your superpower.

    Superman has nothing on you, saving the day is in your DNA.

    5/6/2011 sparkeology
  2. Closet to Home Office

    We love this closet to home office transformation. What great example of doing more with less - less space that is. Jennifer Jones has created this wonderful office that is beautifully decorated and organized. Created out of necessity when her basement office flooded - Jennifer has provided a terrific example of the wonders you can create from simple closet.

    This is so inspiring we might rethink & repurpose our coat closets and mop rooms into posh office spaces.

    Featured in Apartment Therapy’s Unplggd.

    4/13/2011 sparkeology
  3. Box Store to Learning Space

    Collins College in Phoenix, AZ and IA Interior Architects converted an empty warehouse into a beautiful learning institution.

    A great article in Contract Magazine about the potential for empty box store buildings that could be converted into schools or educational facilities. These buildings are like blank canvases, large open spaces with lots of parking in convenient locations - ideal for a school. Check out the article for specifics.

    Imagine the possibilities and change the way you look at those big empty brick buildings around town.

    3/18/2011 sparkeology

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