Most of us this past week celebrated a favorite holiday among women, that being Valentines Day. For my wife Angela and I, this was our 30th Valentines together. It was also our first date back in 1988, while we were
Two days ago, like 100 million plus people, you were likely watching the Super Bowl. New England, led by Tom Brady, was going for their 6th Super Bowl Championship. The Eagles, despite having been there before, had not yet won
How much do you really involve your customers in your business? What can you do differently in order to hear your employees and customers? If you involve them more, what impact will that have on sales? On your people?
Thank you for tuning in on this week’s edition of 90 Seconds at 90 Below Zero. This week’s lesson is about PRESSURE. I’m writing this from the south shore of the island of Kauai, here in the state of Hawaii.
The unexpected is coming: it’s only a matter of time The keys are figuring out what proactive measures you can take in order to be better prepared for the unexpected, like the snowstorms in North Carolina this week. Think
This week’s blog also comes from a sports story. Whether you’re a football fan or not, the NFL NFC Divisional game against the New Orleans Saints and Minnesota Vikings was one of the greatest games in sports history, and is
Like many of us, I went to sleep at half time of the Alabama-Georgia national championship football game. It was already getting late, and like most of us, I had to get up early for work the next day. With
Going into a new year as a sales person, it’s likely that you are starting with a lot of pressure. Every sales person and sales organization has to make a particular number, and likely that number is bigger than it
As a veteran of the recruiting industry, and someone who addresses the issues of engaging and keeping employees, the subject of hiring great people is never far from me. As we go into a new year, many companies are gearing
Going into a new year, companies are facing many challenges ahead and will be expected to do more with less. What this means is more pressure on more people to perform, and perform well. The million-dollar question is this: what