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 […]
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is a new book by Craig Groeschel. As I read the story of his personal struggles, I thought of my recently published book, Reboot Your Mind for a Healthier Workplace. Groeschel is the successful pastor of a megachurch, a husband and father of six, an accomplished tennis player, and a highly-sought-out conference speaker who just […]
If you’re under 30, you probably know what these terms mean. After reading They Ask, You Answer by Marcus Sheridan, I learned them, too. Sheridan, the owner of a swimming pool company, utilized this technique and his business exploded — and then he decided to teach the rest of us “how to.” I actually have […]
I was with a client the other day and he was telling me about the tools he’s creating to help his professionals engage with their clients. These tools identify industry-type issues and knowledge that will help the client avoid increased costs and/or be more profitable. Don’t tell him, but while he was talking, I started […]
We’ve all had to deal with lots of change during the global pandemic. Actually, some of the changes are good. I may post a blog in the future sharing the positive changes in my life/routine. Anyway, I do have a concern about the loss of informal conversations that used to happen in the workplace — […]