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Phillip G Berry

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An accomplished business builder, Phil has built branch offices for national IT consulting firms, acquired, renovated, and sold a 170,000 sq ft GM factory, built his own sales consulting practice, led business development for three startups, and facilitated more than a dozen acquisitions — including operations rolled into Northwind Pharmaceuticals – the only pharmacy solution in the country that blends worksite clinic dispensing, home delivery pharmacy, and pharmacy benefit management. Phil’s latest project was the renovation of the former St. Bernadette’s Church and School in the Christian Park neighborhood of Indianapolis so that it can house Northwind. Phil combines a scrappy, bootstrap approach with over 27 years of seasoned
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Phillip G Berry The best thing I've found for writer's block is reading. I find that a number of genres inspire me: philosophy, poetry, history, even articles of vari…moreThe best thing I've found for writer's block is reading. I find that a number of genres inspire me: philosophy, poetry, history, even articles of various sorts. Often, I'll reread things I've written previously to reconnect with a particular emotion or line of thinking. Because I write about things I observe and experience, the world is an incredibly fertile place for inspiration.(less)
Phillip G Berry Writing is cathartic for me. Bogs, journals, poetry, hand-written notes, even emails (sometimes!) - I always feel better when I'm writing. I often get…moreWriting is cathartic for me. Bogs, journals, poetry, hand-written notes, even emails (sometimes!) - I always feel better when I'm writing. I often get asked "where I find the time." I don't find time, I make time. I prioritize my writing because it is important to me. Then, upon occasion, someone tells me that something I wrote resonated with them. They tell me something I said made a difference or gave them comfort. Getting outside of myself with what I write and touching someone else is the best thing.(less)
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What Are You Reading? Perhaps Your Story Lies Within


He does not despise real woods because he has read of enchanted woods; the reading makes all real woods a little enchanted.

C.S. Lewis

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been putting the final touches on my next book. The final edit and revision cycle for a book project is one of the more difficult aspects of writing a book as it forces the author to really dial-in on the details of the work. Words and s

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The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien
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AS MAGICAL NOW AS WHEN I FIRST READ IT

I first read The Fellowship of the Ring about 40 years ago and have read it a couple of times since. Now lost in the edits and imagery of the much beloved movies, I wanted to revisit Tolkien's actual words and re
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As a Man Thinketh by James Allen
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This brief book powerfully challenges how we think about thinking. I love the fact that this book was written in 1902 and remains so very relevant to the struggles and opportunities of today. From our prosperity to our health, James Allen reminds us ...more
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Pathways to Christ by Fulton J. Sheen
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Outstanding! This collection shows Bishop Fulton Sheen at the top of his game through a compilation of presentations covering everything from the problem of suffering to abortion to living a Christian life. His second presentation focusing on "people ...more
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The Space Trilogy by C.S. Lewis
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Outstanding bit of fiction that blends the best of C.S Lewis' Christian faith and creative mind. The stories stem from a challenge issued between Lewis and his pal J.R.R. Tolkien to each create a novel that both would love to read. Lewis started with ...more
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Play Bigger by Al Ramadan
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Play Bigger by Al Ramadan
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Loved this book. The stories are the usual Silicon Valley icons (though there are a few new ones sprinkled-in) but the approach and lessons are distinct. The concept of category creation is not altogether new nor is it applicable to all in its broade ...more
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David Whyte
“Sometimes it takes darkness and the sweet
confinement of your aloneness
to learn

anything or anyone
that does not bring you alive

is too small for you.”
David Whyte, The House of Belonging




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