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Greatness Lies Within

Greatness Inspired t-shirt

Charlotte R. Pierce

Inspired T-shirts:  Every t-shirt design has a story, a personal meaning to me and I hope you enjoy my stories of how I chose the design.  Some designs I did myself which makes them even more personal to me. Choose Greatness -- Lolly Daskal, the author of the national bestseller, The Leadership Gap, inspired me to do a design about Greatness.   Lolly says “greatness lies within” so to me having a t-shirt that says we have greatness in us and we should honor our greatness is an excellent reminder to me,    I was fortunate to be one of Lolly’s...

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Greatness Lies Within

Charlotte R. Pierce

Welcome to Greatness -- Lolly Daskal a global executive leadership coach just launched her new book. The Leadership Gap.  Amazing insight, authentic. one of the best.  Her quotes are amazing.  Her talk about Greatness Lies Within all of us inspired me to design t-shirts with this theme.

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Will you Journey with me?

Charlotte R. Pierce

 Will you Journey with Me?  There are many ways to share what I call “loving tweets.”  Would you accept a challenge to be intentional to give 3 “loving tweets” a day to a stranger? It could be the person at the check-out counter, or the gas attendant, the bank clerk, you get the picture.  We never know what the other person is going through. If we can bring a smile to their face -- that could be a “loving tweet”   because it shows we care.  There are many ways to show we care to our family and friends also. THEN...

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Loving Tweets Challenge Guide

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Loving Tweets Challenge Guide

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Aprons are BACK? History of "Grandma's Apron"

Charlotte R. Pierce

The History of Grandma’s “APRONS”I can relate to this with my Mother when growing up on a farm in Nebraska.Lots of memories and love.  ENJOY!  The principal use of Grandma's apron was to protect the dress underneath, but along with that:  It served as a potholder for removing hot pans from the oven.  It was wonderful for drying children's tears.  From the chicken coop, the apron was used for carrying eggs or fussy chicks.  When company came, those aprons were ideal hiding places for shy kids.  And when the weather was cold, grandma wrapped it around her arms.  Those big...

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