Do blogs still matter, and if they do, which ones?
Focus on what you still have, not what you’ve lost
Wealth is an accumulation of assets, tangible and intangible, that have value. A person’s net worth is the difference between what he or she owns less what he or she owes. In times like these, many if not most have seen their net worth decrease. Our investments are worth less as are our homes. We…
The American Dream is under attack
Stay relevant to stay successful.
I recently witnessed a colleague turn in a poor performance. I remember thinking how difficult it would be to give him honest feedback on his performance but was instantly comforted by the fact that based on what I knew about him, he’d never ask. He’d prefer to either blame or rationalize his shortcomings or just…
Irresponsible spending is not the cure for irresponsible spending.
Are you a whiner or a winner? Here’s how to tell….
leaders must be clear otherwise even the best intention and plans will fail
My long-time pal and colleague in the speaking profession Joe Calloway just interviewed me for our professional association. There are many things I like about Joe but I was reminded of something he does exceptionally well: he asks good questions. Asking good questions is a well-worn if not worn out topic in leadership. But what…