Ah, summertime! Time to dive into a stack of great books. Reading is the best way to gain insight, knowledge and experience. So… to provide an assist, here are a bunch of recommendations from sources your humble blogger considers to be credible, including: Bill Gates Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Stanford University Harper’s Bazaar JP […]
Well sort of anyway… Recently did an interview with Jay McDonald, a successful serial entrepreneur, CEO and now Vistage Chair. His version of “lie, cheat and steal” makes a ton of sense.
I read a lot. In my view, all business people must read a lot. I seek out the opinions of others a lot. In my view, all business people must seek out the opinions of others a lot. New facts and perspectives, combined with all the facts and perspectives already in our heads are the […]
Here’s my contention: Finding yourself frequently acknowledging, “I don’t know,” is a signal that you have become a superior sales rep. Huh? Before you conclude I’ve finally lost it completely, listen and see if you agree… “I don’t know.” – – A great answer.
It’s a Saturday. It’s past 5:00 PM. I’ve been locked up in an orchestra rehearsal room with eight other unpaid compatriots for the last seven hours. That was after two hours of prep at home this morning. It was an “extra” meeting of the Cobb Symphony Orchestra Board of Trustees. We’re in the midst of […]