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This week’s Once Upon A Time told the very cute story of how Dreamy became Grumpy. I know what you’re thinking. How can the story of a person giving on their dreams in favor of bitternes be cute? Trust me on this one, it is. So without further ado, let’s jump into this week’s episode, “Dreamy”.

The old rules have all been dumped by many of the fastest growing companies in the world. Businesses like Microsoft & Pixar have abandoned the old ways of working.

I secured a job in California for six weeks and took the boys with me as a crew. In our سبانجا ومعشوقية I witnessed what kind of Champion the Herminator is. The story goes like this. We were on our way back to Colorado via the Rockford National. Upon arrival David was swamped with little kids asking for autographs and such.

It’s an interesting bit of info since Mr. Gold is the only character besides Regina who knows about Fairytaleland. One can only assume that he’s had fairy trouble in Fairytaleland and he’s not about to forgive them just because they’re in Storybrooke now. I guess we’ll find out what happened at a later date. It is worth noting that he did kill Cinderella’s fairy godmother so maybe the fairies got some revenge of their own.

Most people in the organisation do not question the way of working just in case it jeopordises their own position, even if they know a way of working that would be more beneficial to their business.

The law of 3’s is one rule not many people know about. By dividing your camera view of the picture you’d like to take into 3’s across and down so you end up with 9 squares through your view finder. Place the subject you wish to take a photo of covering 1/3 or 2/3 of your view. Don’t always look for symmetrical shots. You can create a more interesting photo if your subject or main focus is off to the side. When taking landscape shots use the law of 3’s going horizontally through the view finder. Have 1/3 foreground 2/3 background. Remembering this simple rule you’ll have great travel photos that are captivating.

In finding who you are, what you believe and what you value, your creativity is gradually unleashed. You begin to unlock doors and discover what you carry in your own basket. Uncover your life force and your creative spirit is released.

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