I’m sitting in the lounge at The Shores Resort in Daytona Beach at the end of a long day of meetings. l get some of my best ideas in restaurants and bars. After a long day at work, it’s great to just hang out with a glass of wine, listen to some jazz, and decompress.
For me that involves letting go of my mental ‘to-do’ list so I can actually relax and let my thoughts wander. Of course, I never go to a bar with a pen and paper so I can write my ideas down, let go of them, and get on with my evening. So I have a habit of writing ideas and things I need to do on bar napkins. You can imagine what it looks like when I go back to the office, dump out my bag and have dozens of bar napkins laying all over the place. Bar napkins have become my version of the post-it note.
Now you might be wondering why I’m spending so much time talking about napkins. Well, it’s because I’m here to celebrate being listed on Alltop. How cool is that?! If you’re not familiar with Alltop, it’s like a “digital magazine rack” of the internet. And, for those of you who might need a visual – here’s an explanation from Dan Roam, author of Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems with Pictures…on a napkin, of course!
So here’s to Alltop and the rest of the napkin artists of the world. Cheers!0