Author Archives: Skip Walter

Lifelet: Value is Co-Created

Many moons ago, Katherine James Schuitemaker entered my life as I interviewed her for a senior marketing position at Aldus.  It was my first explicit encounter with Value Co-creation. I asked Katherine “what is your philosophy and understanding of branding?” … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Coins Under My Pillow

Surprised by Joy.   I have always loved this title of a C.S. Lewis book. This morning I was surprised by the joy of finding several coins under my pillow. My lovely bride surprised me once again.  As always, it brought … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Mourning Notre Dame Cathedral

I couldn’t watch. My wife kept beckoning me to see the live coverage of the terrible fire at Notre Dame Cathedral.  I couldn’t bring myself to watch.  I wanted to keep my fond memories of several visits to the cathedral … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Adult questions from a grand

Our oldest grand daughter wanted to go to church with us on Palm Sunday.  She loves sitting in the choir loft with her grandmother.  Sometimes she listens to the singing.  Sometimes she draws in her coloring book.  What I didn’t … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Painting with the Grands

Along with painting myself into existence, I am joyfully introducing two of my grand children into the joys of acrylic abstract painting. What amazed me as I started “guiding” them into acrylic painting was the many questions I asked of … Continue reading

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Lifelet: A Blog a Day

I need to write myself into existence – again. During times of stress I realize that I am not writing enough.  More importantly, I am not writing enough about topics other than business. One of my favorite books is A … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Photosynthesis

“What is the world according to Skip?” asked Gifford Booth early in our journey together in the TAI Tell course. “Beats me” I replied trying to generate a little time to think. “Instead of trying to tell me, why don’t … Continue reading

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