At a morning business meeting with my colleague Mike Cassidy, we were reminiscing about how hard it is to find time to connect. We discussed how the latest technologies are causing many of us to work seven days a week. … Continue reading
I first heard Terri Sjodin speak about being “scrappy” when she was promoting her book, Mentoring, that she co-authored with Floyd Wickman (which I also highly recommend!). That was over 15 years ago…and now she is sharing the precise details … Continue reading
I remember hearing a story many years ago about a receptionist who simply did her job. Came in at 9am, when home at 5pm. Did what she was asked, and not a whole lot more. Smiled at people she liked and … Continue reading
When was the last time you received a pat on the back, a sincere thank you, or heard the words, “great job” from your boss? Unfortunately, many managers do not think of this as one of their top priorities.
At church this past Sunday, a lady told me her son came away from one of my events inspired and positive about his future. However, she continued to imply that my remarks about a person’s ability to get anything they … Continue reading