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FUN with Insomnia--video

As many of you know, I've struggled with insomnia for 13yrs. I've met so many others who also struggle with it that I began writing some JoJoisms which eventually became Visual JoJoisms.  A while back I put some of those Visual JoJoims together to form this video which has had some great feedback from fellow insomnia sufferers. It's been a while since I posted it and thought it was about time I had it featured on Friday Funnies. If you suffer from insomnia, please feel free to share your thoughts on this video: ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ If you liked this post, read…Seven Reasons Why YOU Should Sign Up for the Art of Eloquence Newsletter!  

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FUN with Insomnia Video

Art of Eloquence will have all new Communication FUNdamentals in 2012!  We started off the year with a brand new series of Art of Eloquence monthly seminars where I shared 16 Communication Myths and Phobias that will hurt your relationships!  If you missed it live, just click on the title and listen to the 20 minute audio. Another free monthly feature we've added for 2012 is our new video series!  Some will be based on my JoJoisms, some will be videos of me sharing some communication tips or ideas, some will be other creative videos, but this month we started with... A Visual JoJoisms Short Film Using Communication FUNdamentals.  The more creative and fun our communication is, the more memorable and...

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Visual JoJoism #86 Insomnia and the Sandwich

Many people have asked me how I'm able to come up with all these JoJoisms.  I think they expect me to reveal some insight to my purposeful creative genius.  I think the truth is closer to this.  I suffer from insomnia.  Getting very little sleep each night does things to a person's state of mind.  The brain tends to look at things from a peculiar angle.  We see things, not always as they are or even as we wish them to be, but as if we were standing on our heads trying to hold a candle upsidedown in a blizzard.  Here's a bit of insight into that... If you liked this, please subscribe to our RSS feed and share the link…

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