Simple question: How many business books and online courses did you invest in last year with the intent of learning something new or enhancing existing knowledge? Tough question: How many of those books and courses did you complete? Tougher question: How much of the new knowledge you gained did you actually put into action? Toughest […]
I have an addiction… Books. I can’t help myself. When I was growing up, books were the one thing my family always worked into the budget no matter how tight our finances might be. And not just trips to the library to participate in Summer Reading programs and borrow more books than we could carry, (which I absolutely […]
Don’t just Point the way — Lead The Way. Leading doesn’t mean being at the front of the line. It means inspiring people with belief and confidence to follow, even if that means going out on a limb or skating on thin ice. Leaders may take the first steps, but they don’t walk alone.
I recently read couple of articles about the Newspaper industry and the online industry which, while not overtly interconnected, mesh together so well to relate a story-behind-the-story, I can’t help but think of a pithy spin on old cliche that my grandmother one said to me: “The squeaky wheel may get the grease, but sometimes […]
Most salespeople turn off the value tap as soon as the transaction is complete. Successful sellers keep the relationship (and value) flowing. A while ago I backed a Kickstarter campaign for a smartphone tripod mount called the Glif. Production took a little longer than the creators predicted, in the end they delivered a great finished […]