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Mary Nunaley
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+Deus Duke we miss you in Nashville. Couldnt resist sharing. Hope things are going well
Let's take a foray into the ridiculous, shall we? If you've ever dreamed of becoming a goat, of frolicking about town with your tongue lolling in the breeze, your opportunity has arrived. If you dream of headbutting people or objects but hold back, d...
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This is so cool and I know I posted about this the other day- the more I play the more excited I get
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I've tried to teach my children to respect failure and learn from it. Good reminder.
 
[Feel-Good Friday: Make Friends With Failure]

"Success is a sign you're ready to learn something new, and failure is a sign you're learning something new. You can't always succeed the first time, but you can fail less each time you try."

See the full, inspiring comic on making friends with failure here:

http://bit.ly/1khzHCb

As a type-A, overachieving perfectionist, facing failure (both my fear and avoidance of it, and coping with it when it does happen) has been one of my biggest struggles. Reading this sweet comic was really useful. Hope it helps some of you, too! 

#FeelGoodFriday  
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Can't wait til GISHWHES '14. At least I have my yearbook to keep me occupied. 
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Some interesting thoughts. I did miss these, did you?
 
Five on Friday #21

Happy New Year! Here are five things you might have missed over the break:

Social milestones of 2013 http://goo.gl/GJBTmi
Is the end of the 40-hour week upon us?  http://goo.gl/WJNlQe
Will simplicity be the success factor for 2014? http://goo.gl/OXQvEO
Offline-to-online tracking is already here  http://goo.gl/JkNtDB
Why small companies can no longer afford Facebook http://goo.gl/A60raQ
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How many of these have you used? Are interested in owning? Could care less about?
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One. I have a Chromecast. Leap motion looks like something for next year, maybe. And fitbit flex since I lost my last fitbit.
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Instructional Designer
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Instructional Design, Web Design, Research, Hospitality Management, SEO
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  • Asurion
    Instructional Designer, 2013 - present
    Instructional Designer for PSS (Premier Support Solutions)
  • TravLynx
    Demand Generation Specialist, 2012 - 2013
  • Volunteer State Community College
    Adjunct Instructor, 2012 - 2013
  • Volunteer State Community College
    Associate Professor, 1998 - 2012
  • Volunteer State Community College
    Director of Distance Learning/Instructional Designer/Assoc. Prof, 2011 - 2012
  • Gaylord Hotels
    F&B Manager, 1991 - 1998
  • Volunteer State Community College
    Instructional Designer, 2000 - 2011
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If You Always Do What You Always Did, Then You'll Always Get What You Always Got
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Nerd and lover of all things tech and Doctor Who. Enjoys watching tennis, reading, papercrafting, trying new gadgets and so much more. 
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For a little hole in the wall joint the pizza matches some of the best "tavern" pizza I had growing up in Chicago. Thin crust, cut in squares and oozing cheese. Makes being gluten free a bummer
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The gluten free and vegan/vegetarian options are nice to have. Service is spotty and you never know what to expect.
Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Poor to fair
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
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I met the Streets several months ago and have had the opportunity to watch them in action. Coach Street focuses on the needs of the individual player, instead of taking a cookie cutter approach. My son, is looking forward to working with him over the winter break from college.
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