Tomorrow morning when you wake up, you probably won’t feel like prospecting, returning customer calls, or strategizing your schedule, and if you do, you probably won’t feel like doing it the next day.
In his book Character, David Brooks discusses the difference between resume virtues and eulogy virtues. “Resume virtues,” Brooks reminds us, “are those skills you bring to the marketplace—qualities like drive, competition, and gregariousness. Eulogy virtues, on the other hand
Several years back, I began talking with a customer who at first appeared to be my dream client. We met with Jason, the founder and CEO, two or three times by phone and the fourth time for lunch. He asked me to talk with two
Entertaining is about being funny and clever, it’s all about you. Training, on the other hand, implies giving up some control and allowing your students to guide the lesson. Entertainers talk and perform and take control, without gaining real involvement from their team. Remember the