Author Archives: Joe

Headhouse Square

Off of South Street in Philadelphia, PA

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Visual Metaphor • Work/Life Balance

This is another in a series of visual metaphors that I provide to an executive coach that works with key personnel in organizations helping them sharpen their managerial skills and develop their leadership potential. In this one as with the … Continue reading

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Mesmerized by a Cheap Sketchbook

My love affair with a three-dollar sketchbook meant for the juvenile market continues as I find myself doodling in it regularly. I keep it within reach in case inspiration strikes and I have to jot down a note or scribble … Continue reading

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My First Visual Metaphor

I did my first Visual Metaphor or VLM as my client calls them in 2005. My client is a counselor who works with executives and teaches them leadership skills and helps them with issues involving personnel making them more effective … Continue reading

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Werewolf Interrupted

I’m not yet ready to declare the juvenile sketchbook I wrote about recently as the NEW Sketchbook from Heaven, but I do usually keep it close at hand, and I am busily filling its cheap pages with scribbles. It may … Continue reading

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Commissioner Gordon, is that you?

I only ever remember actor Neil Hamilton as Commissioner Gordon in the 1966 Batman television series and maybe an episode of Perry Mason or Outer Limits here or there. Today I caught him in Blind Date (1934) playing a rakish … Continue reading

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More Colors of the Season

Jefferson Square in Philadelphia, PA is where I gauge the progress of the seasons.

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