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Seeds to the Wind

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

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

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  • 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. 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. Bright sparks may burn fossil fuels
  • 4. Energy isn’t constant in its usage
  • 5. Vulcan Essence Father Jupiter’s Sky
  • 6. We may forge in the furnace
  • 7. Do birds of a feather simply stick together? Or are all creatures conditioned by their environment?
  • 8. Windows give more than one view, depending where we focus.
  • 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. Hathor’s wind rides through blades
  • 11. A breath of fresh air is welcome as a birthing dawn
  • 12. Trees need the breeze, ask its branches
  • 13. Winds work needs
  • 14. Winds and breeze scatter seeds
  • 15. Branching off the trunk, trees adapt with nature
  • 16. The Elder tree bears flowers and fruit All parts of Elders have medicinal uses.
  • 17. Cultivated gardens rely on earthly elements, plus caring hands and thoughtful minds.
  • 18. SiO2 in Earth’s Core A breath of fresh air leaves no ashes
  • 19. Thanks for showing an interest in this presentation. My gratitude to Dr. Ali Anani, for his continuing encouragement

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