In any meeting you can play one of these roles: Pirate The Pirate in the room questions the status quo and provides ideas on doing things differently. The Pirate has a loud and bold voice that unflinchingly challenges authority, and every time he opens his mouth you can count on at least one-third of the […]
Fantastic story about a haunted house that attracted a bigger audience seeking a scare NOT by showig how spooky their monsters were or how many cobwebs hung from their doorways, but by instead capturing the sheer terror of the people going through the house. Read the article here: How to Be a Frighteningly Brilliant Content […]
While reading Jeffrey Gitomer’s latest book, The Little Book of Leadership: The 12.5 Strengths of Responsible, Reliable, Remarkable Leaders That Create Results, Rewards, and Resilience, I was prompted to do an exercise that asked me to write down three things that define and embrace the way I think about my life’s goals. Most of the […]
You don’t achieve Success by doing one thing.
You achieve Success by EVERYTHING you do.
But you achieve it by doing one successful thing at a time.
I just finished reading Gary Vaynerchuk’s latest book, The Thank You Economy. I’d had an opportunity to see and hear Gary speak live about his new book via several online resources, and while there is no denying Gary is passionate speaker, he can tear off on a tangent unrelated to the topic at-hand and will […]
Everyday more businesses and individuals jump into the deep end of the social media pool. Internal or external pressures dictate that you simply MUST have a Twitter account or a Facebook page or a LinkedIn profile or a Foursquare offer or even a Groupon discount. The problem is, you are correct about the need for […]
The Post Office I’ve been using for the past 8 or 9 years is closing. The form letter they sent (with ZERO information on how to contact any human being who actually works in that location) informed me of their intent to relocate my PO Box to a Columbus city office much further from my home than […]