Lemon laws apply to cars and other products to protect consumers from sub-standard quality. What if there were lemon laws for workplace performance?
If you don’t use and experience your own products and services, how do you know they’re any good?
Don’t just be a good team leader. Make sure you’re a good team member, too.
This is the best post you’ll ever read! Really! Find out why exaggeration is an annoying communication pitfall.
Beware of shocking research. Some of it just isn’t valid. Find out why.
There is one thing that will keep you from getting better. Find out what it is.
Learn why questions matter from Ken Coleman, author of the new book One Question: Life-Changing Answers from Today’s Leading Voices.
To add to the release celebration, my publisher has graciously offered to give away a free copy of Up, Down, or Sideways: How to Succeed When Times Are Good, Bad, or In Between to everyone who purchases a copy of FRED 2.0 from a physical Barnes & Noble store between now and April 8.
There are times you SHOULDN’T listen. Find out when they are and why it pays not to listen.
If you truly desire to be extraordinary, you have to keep your commitment vital and ongoing. It may be time to renew your resolve.