For years, my old firm struggled with marketing — which meant something different to every partner. Finally, in 2007, the confusion was clarified and our marketing efforts actually made sense through the leadership of our new CMO, Jeff Antaya. I had been asked to be part of the interviewing team, and I liked him a […]
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Recently I was working with a client and going through my book, Reboot Your Mind for a Healthier Workplace, when I realized there are two very important subjects that I didn’t address: Grieving and Sarcasm. I plan to add them to the next version of Reboot, but in the meantime, here are some thoughts: GRIEVING: […]
In my October 22, 2013, blog, Is the Problem Time Management or Sticking to Your Priorities, I make a case for the latter. I still believe that’s true, but I’d like to expand upon that post. Here are my main takeaways: As I’ve reported about other positions/philosophies, Charles Duhigg, author of The Power of Habit, […]
As we learned in The 4 Disciplines of Execution, by Chris McChesney, Sean Covey, and Jim Huling, much time is focused on strategy and very little on execution. According to Christopher Elias and Mark Freier, authors of The Execution Culture, a successful plan is 5 percent ideas and 95 percent execution. Although I have commented […]
I recently re-read The Hidden Value of a Man, written by Gary Smalley and John T. Trent in 1992. I plan to recommend it to a buddy of mine. This was not and is not a business book, but it hit a nerve (related to both men and women owners/executives) when I read it again […]