How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes – Part 3 of 6: “Listening and Never Underestimating”

Since the character “Sherlock Holmes” was introduced to the world in 1887, people around the globe have been fascinated with the chance to become just as cognitive and intuitive as he is.

Of course, we need to remember that “Sherlock Holmes” is a fictional character with some “abilities” that may be exaggerated for dramatic effect… but becoming a clear, intuitive/cognitive thinker is not impossible. Here is Part 3 of my 6-part series: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes.

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How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes – Part 2 of 6: “Deducing via Study and the Powers of Observation”

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Since the character “Sherlock Holmes” was introduced to the world in 1887, people around the globe have been fascinated with the chance to become just as cognitive and intuitive as he is.

Of course, we need to remember that “Sherlock Holmes” is a fictional character with some “abilities” that may be exaggerated for dramatic effect… but becoming a clear, intuitive/cognitive thinker is not impossible. Here is Part 2 of my 6-part series: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes.

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How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes – Part 1 of 6: “Introduction & Intuition”

Since the character “Sherlock Holmes” was introduced to the world in 1887, people around the globe have been fascinated with the chance to become just as cognitive and intuitive as he is.

Of course, we need to remember that “Sherlock Holmes” is a fictional character with some “abilities” that may be exaggerated for dramatic effect… but becoming a clear, intuitive/cognitive thinker is not impossible. Here is Part 1 of my 6-part series: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes.

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These Are Not Liberal Tears

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Numb. That is the best word that can describe me right now. As America, we have chosen the path that I have most feared – a path that scares me and the people around me.

This just feels wrong. When Bush was elected in 2000 and 2004, I wasn’t scared. I was angry, but it was what it was, and I was over it by the time I went to sleep. Today… today just feels wrong. This decision just feels so wrong.

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A Love Letter to 2016: Closing Out My Year of Theater

Yes, 2016 still has a couple more months to go, but for me, 2016 has come to a close – theatrically speaking. This year has been one of the best years of my life when it comes to theater, and I wanted to take a quick second to recap and say thank you to those who made 2016 so special for me. To my family in “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang”, my “In The Heights” at the Grand family, my “Venus in Fur” family, my “Kelsey Awards” family, my “Miss Saigon” family, and my “In The Heights” at Kelsey family … THANK YOU.

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My Racial Protest Isn’t Meant to Make You Comfortable

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If me stating my opinion about racial tension is considered race-baiting, then fine… consider this entire post a giant piece of bait. You’ll either take it, or ignore it. Either way… here it is…

At this point in 2016, if you still don’t even remotely understand why people like me are angry, then you will never understand. What that sentence doesn’t mean is that we aren’t meant to have a conversation about race. My protest isn’t meant to make you comfortable. Protest is about acknowledging the uncomfortable conversations you may not want to have.

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