Ever Notice The Names?

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Two days ago, stopped at an intersection, the car in front of me had a bumper sticker that caught my eye. We all find ourselves reading funny ones, crazy ones, inspiring ones, and sometimes offensive ones.

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We see names like: Wildcats, Bulldogs, Warriors, Rockets, Fighting Irish, Rams, Raiders and other assorted “power names”.

You know what we never see on High School “Team” bumper stickers? ┬áThe Bunnies, Chicks, Duckies, Wildflowers, Snowflakes, Gumdrops.

Culture is what people think and do, without thinking.

What if we started to think a bit differently about bumper stickers, names, habits, confidence, tough decisions?

By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites.


  1. Great point! I think it is healthy and worthy for a company to have a mascot too. It does not necessary need to be a warrior type, but something that unites the troops towards the end goal…Disney has its Mickey, Toys R us has their Giraffe, and National Rehab Hospital has “VIC”, short for all the little victories you need to go thru in Rehab ( a 6 ft tall blue giant “V” in high top workout sneakers. Sometimes the name does fit the firm.


    Jake “Pookey Bear” Poore

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