Seeds to the Wind

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A response for Dr. Ali Anani's Slideshare presentation 'Marketing & Performance Multiplier Force'.

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Seeds to the Wind

  1. 1. Seeds to the Wind A response for Dr. Ali Anani’s Slideshare presentation: ‘Marketing and Performance Multiplier Force’ By Isabella M H Wesoly, BA (Hons), Dip. IRIS
  2. 2. Introduction • Dr. Ali Anani used coal as an analogy for distinguishing between ‘self-igniting’ or ‘low quality’ performance in organisations, in his Slideshare presentation entitled ‘Marketing and Performance Multiplier Force’ • His questioning whether we ‘ventilate a room while allowing polluted air to move in’ led the inspiration for an alternative view, which is aligned with perceived needs for breaths of fresh air and branches. • Images on slides 3 to 6 are digitally adapted screenshots from news reports. All other images are my own work.
  3. 3. Bright sparks may burn fossil fuels
  4. 4. Energy isn’t constant in its usage
  5. 5. Vulcan Essence Father Jupiter’s Sky
  6. 6. We may forge in the furnace
  7. 7. Do birds of a feather simply stick together? Or are all creatures conditioned by their environment?
  8. 8. Windows give more than one view, depending where we focus.
  9. 9. The word ‘window’ was once known as a WIND HOLE Shinatobe is goddess of the winds, in Japanese mythology. Does she tap at your windows?
  10. 10. Hathor’s wind rides through blades
  11. 11. A breath of fresh air is welcome as a birthing dawn
  12. 12. Trees need the breeze, ask its branches
  13. 13. Winds work needs
  14. 14. Winds and breeze scatter seeds
  15. 15. Branching off the trunk, trees adapt with nature
  16. 16. The Elder tree bears flowers and fruit All parts of Elders have medicinal uses.
  17. 17. Cultivated gardens rely on earthly elements, plus caring hands and thoughtful minds.
  18. 18. SiO2 in Earth’s Core A breath of fresh air leaves no ashes
  19. 19. Thanks for showing an interest in this presentation. My gratitude to Dr. Ali Anani, for his continuing encouragement

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