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Mission Statements

Bob Borson —  January 30, 2014 — 58 Comments

I’m climbing up on my soapbox to tell you that your company does not need a public mission statement and if you do have one, I bet it’s stupid.

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It’s that time a year again, I’m starting to run out of ideas and my office is flooded with greeting cards wishing us a ‘Happy Holiday’, ‘Merry Christmas’, or ‘Seasons Greetings’. I started to wonder what would the holiday cards from my favorite “Master Architects” look like?
Hilarious, that’s what they’d look like.

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Experiencing a robbery is a terrible thing, you feel violated and vulnerable. How is it possible to come out of a tragedy and feel thankful?

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In the 4th annual “What to get an Architect for Christmas” post, I can guarantee you will have success shopping for the special, overly-picky self-righteous architect on your shopping list.

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Reading between the Lines

Bob Borson —  November 14, 2013 — 20 Comments

Your success is directly tied to your ability to learn how to gauge the temperature of a conversation -otherwise known as “reading between the lines”.

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Want to know some Architectural Tricks of the Trade? These are some tips that will help you fit in at the club

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Whenever I review a design solution that isn’t very graceful – or doesn’t work at all

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