Weary travelers

Why Adaptability Is Not Like A Weary Traveler

As a management consultant, I traveled often for business both domestic and international flights. With a couple of suits, shoes, underwear, my electric shaver, toothbrush and the smile on my ...
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How Precise Words and Meaning Leads to Superior Activities

If you are in a great conversation with another individual, which is more important: the words that you are saying or the meaning that you are trying to portray? Most of ...
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3 Outstanding Solutions to Leadership and Chivalry

In a crowded room with influential and important colleagues staring you right in the face, you explained the specific suggestion that was so intricate, so pivotal and consequential in your ...
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Why Your Business is Like Your Old, Reliable Car

The Urban Mobility Scorecard from Texas A&M Transportation Institute measured 471 urban areas several months ago to find out the congestion problem on automobiles and trucks. They found out that: $160 ...
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Please, Don’t Be A “Mindless Minutiae” in Commerce

In business, with the end of the year just moments away, some individuals are wrapping up all the loose ends this year already. They have decided to hang it up, ...
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3 Strong Ways Content Marketing Is Like Skydiving

Winning the lottery for a gazillion dollars. Designing and implementing a new successful procedure that no one has seen before ever. Copywriting for a new patent. Composing a new post. Really? ...
A businessman get a fever pitch for business

How Your Fever Pitch Can Flow to Remarkable Returns

The anticipation is killing me. Sitting around; twiddling my thumbs; nervous and giddy about this improvement going to happen momentarily. I am both nervous and delighted that I can hardly ...
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3 Reasons to Attain Your Goal Routinely

In business, did we ever have that feeling that we tried your hardest, but we came “this close,” from attaining our goal? We strive. We pursue. We fumble. We succeed. We try ...