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As the year winds down, many of us have been highlighting the top trends for 2013. For some reason, while trends can be interesting at any time of year, when the end of the year is within hailing distance, we somehow ratchet up the trend analysis–that’s a trend you can count on every December. But one trend for 2013 seems to be hiding in plain sight. What is it? Well, first let me give you a few clues. And actually, “plain sight” is the first clue. Here are a few more…
by Carlos Hoyos and Monica Piccinini
Growing up, the Olympics were a time of magic and excitement; a time to dream and a time to watch this uniquely human drama unfold. New stories were created minute-by-minute while old glories of Olympics past were retold and polished ever brighter with each passing year. Interestingly enough, although one of us grew up on the western coast of South America and the other on the eastern coast of North America, our Olympic experiences were not dissimilar: families gathered around the TV each day or night to share the experience; the opening ceremonies were not to be missed and were much discussed at school the next day; and, whether an American athlete or another athlete won a particular event, there were always the stories of triumph or heartbreak to capture our attention and hold us rapt. The Olympics were, and remain, magic.